Capital of Catalonia, Barcelona, is the second largest city in Spain.
The place at the present time is one of the world’s leading economic, tourist, trade fairs, exhibitions and also a centre of culture and sports and its influence in education, commerce, entertainment, science, media, science, fashion and arts.
This all adds to its position as one of the most global cities of the world. It is a significant cultural, economic centre in south-western Europe and is a growing financial centre.
The destination is served by Barcelona EI Prat Airport which is 17kms from the city centre. Spain’s second leading airport, it is located on the Mediterranean coast. The airport is linked to the city by means of a highway. In 2009, a new terminal T1 was built and is now fully operational.
Close to Sabadell, Sabadell Airport is located and is comparatively small. The purpose of this airport is to impart pilot training, private flights and aero-taxi. To the Barcelona’s north, there is another Airport named Girona- Costa Brava Airport. This airport is situated 90kms to the north of Barcelona.
At the south of Barcelona, there is Reus Airport and is one of the most used by the people of South Barcelona.
The best part about the biggest airport in the city is that it is very close to the city centre. As accounted in a survey, in 2010, the passenger traffic was about 30 million, and this is the world’s 32nd busiest airport. There are two terminals in the airport. The biggest and the latest terminal in this airport are T1. The construction of this terminal was completed in 2009 and from then onwards it is operational.
The terminal is equipped with all the modern amenities and comfort elements for the passengers. All the terminals in this airport are compared to world class and all international and national travelers cannot help praising this airport once they visit it.
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