The San Pablo Airport is more commonly referred to as the Seville Airport and is located 10 kilometres east of downtown Seville, Andalusia, Spain. It serves as the primary international aviation hub for the western region and nearby provinces and is one of the busiest airports in Spain. The airport handles more than two million passengers annually the majority of which are domestic travellers and is regarded as a significant gate for Spanish tourism.
The airport’s terminal design was implemented with cultural significance exemplified by components of the mosque, the palace, and orange trees that greet visitors at the entrance. Primary services include free Wi-Fi, banking areas, and a VIP lounge that offers food and beverages, TV and access to computers.
A public bus line connects the airport to the city centre and surrounding regions and is located directly outside the terminal. Taxis are the most efficient form of transportation to any outside destination. The A4 highway and E05 motorways connect the airport with Seville city. Rental cars are an alternative transit option.
Vueling and Ryanair operate two of their low-cost airline operations bases out of Seville Airport. The need for a network of air service between the predominant cities of Madrid, Seville, and Lisbon attributed to the development of plans to build Seville Airport beginning in 1929.