List of the busiest airports in Spain

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This is a list of the busiest airports in Spain, including airports in the Balearic Islands and the Canary Islands. Data is compiled from statistics published by ENAIRE (formerly AENA), the public body that owns and operates the majority of airports in the country. Data is available for 2011 to 2016.

30 busiest airports in Spain by passenger traffic[edit]

2018[edit]

The following is a list of the 30 busiest Spanish airports in 2018, from provisional AENA statistics.[1]

Rank Airport Location Total
passengers
Annual
change
Rank
change
1 Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Madrid 57,891,340 Increase08.4% Steady
2 Barcelona–El Prat Barcelona 50,172,457 Increase06.1% Steady
3 Palma De Mallorca Palma De Mallorca 29,081,787 Increase04.0% Steady
4 Málaga–Costa Del Sol Málaga 19,021,784 Increase2.1% Steady
5 Alicante–Elche Alicante 13,981,320 Increase2.0% Steady
6 Gran Canaria Gran Canaria 13,573,242 Increase03.7% Steady
7 Tenerife South Tenerife 11,042,481 Decrease01.8% Steady
8 Ibiza Ibiza 8,104,316 Increase02.5% Steady
9 Valencia Valencia 7,769,867 Increase15.2% Increase 1
10 Lanzarote Lanzarote 7,327,019 Decrease0.8% Decrease 1
11 Sevilla Sevilla 6,380,465 Increase24.9% Increase 1
12 Fuerteventura Fuerteventura 6,118,893 Increase01.2% Decrease 1
13 Tenerife North Tenerife 5,493,994 Increase16.7% Increase 1
14 Bilbao Bilbao 5,469,453 Increase010.0% Decrease 1
15 Menorca Menorca 3,442,752 Increase00.2% Steady
16 Santiago de Compostela Santiago de Compostela 2,724,750 Increase03.0% Steady
17 Girona Girona 2,019,876 Increase3.8% Steady
18 La Palma La Palma 1,420,277 Increase9.0% Increase 1
19 Asturias Avilés 1,400,481 Decrease00.5% Decrease 1
20 Murcia–San Javier Murcia 1,273,424 Increase06.4% Steady
21 A Coruña A Coruña 1,225,763 Increase07.4% Steady
22 Jerez de la Frontera Jerez de la Frontera 1,133,621 Increase8.3% Increase 1
23 Vigo Vigo 1,129,689 Increase6.0% Decrease 1
24 Granada–Jaén Granada 1,126,389 Increase24.9% Increase 3
25 Seve Ballesteros–Santander Santander 1,103,353 Increase17.7% Increase 1
26 Reus Reus 1,037,576 Increase1.8% Decrease 2
27 Almería Almería 992,043 Decrease01.5% Decrease 2
28 Zaragoza Zaragoza 489,064 Increase011.6% Steady
29 Melilla Melilla 348,121 Decrease07.3% Steady
30 San Sebastián San Sebastián 289,444 Increase02.7% Steady
Total For all ~50 reported airports 263.753.406 Increase05.8%

2017[edit]

The following is a list of the 30 busiest Spanish airports in 2017, from provisional AENA statistics.[2]

Rank Airport Location Total
passengers
Annual
change
Rank
change
1 Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Madrid 53,402,506 Increase05.9% Steady
2 Barcelona–El Prat Barcelona 47,284,500 Increase07.1% Steady
3 Palma De Mallorca Palma De Mallorca 27,970,655 Increase06.5% Steady
4 Málaga–Costa Del Sol Málaga 18,628,876 Increase11.7% Steady
5 Alicante–Elche Alicante 13,713,061 Increase11.1% Steady
6 Gran Canaria Gran Canaria 13,092,117 Increase08.3% Steady
7 Tenerife South Tenerife 11,249,327 Increase07.4% Steady
8 Ibiza Ibiza 7,903,892 Increase06.6% Steady
9 Lanzarote Lanzarote 7,389,025 Increase10.5% Steady
10 Valencia Valencia 6,745,394 Increase16.3% Steady
11 Fuerteventura Fuerteventura 6,049,401 Increase06.6% Steady
12 Sevilla Sevilla 5,108,807 Increase10.5% Steady
13 Bilbao Bilbao 4,973,712 Increase08.4% Steady
14 Tenerife North Tenerife 4,704,863 Increase11.5% Steady
15 Menorca Menorca 3,434,615 Increase08.1% Steady
16 Santiago de Compostela Santiago de Compostela 2,644,925 Increase05.3% Steady
17 Girona Girona 1,946,816 Increase16.9% Steady
18 Asturias Oviedo 1,407,217 Increase09.8% Steady
19 La Palma La Palma 1,302,485 Increase16.7% Steady
20 Murcia–San Javier Murcia 1,196,605 Increase09.1% Steady
21 A Coruña A Coruña 1,141,242 Increase07.3% Steady
22 Vigo Vigo 1,065,595 Increase11.7% Steady
23 Jerez de la Frontera Jerez de la Frontera 1,046,251 Increase14.1% Increase 1
24 Reus Reus 1,022,964 Increase25.1% Increase 1
25 Almería Almería 1,007,446 Increase09.5% Decrease 2
26 Seve Ballesteros–Santander Santander 937,641 Increase20.5% Steady
27 Granada–Jaén Granada 901,961 Increase20.1% Steady
28 Zaragoza Zaragoza 438,035 Increase04.4% Steady
29 Melilla Melilla 324,366 Decrease01.7% Steady
30 San Sebastián San Sebastián 281,859 Increase06.6% Steady
Total For all ~50 reported airports 249.223.044 Increase08.3%

2016[edit]

The following is a list of the 30 busiest Spanish airports in 2016, from AENA statistics.[3]

Rank Airport Location Total
passengers
Annual
change
Rank
change
1 Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Madrid 50,418,909 Increase07.7% Steady
2 Barcelona–El Prat Barcelona 44,154,722 Increase11.2% Steady
3 Palma De Mallorca Palma De Mallorca 26,254,110 Increase10.6% Steady
4 Málaga–Costa Del Sol Málaga 16,673,151 Increase15.8% Steady
5 Alicante–Elche Alicante 12,344,945 Increase16.7% Increase 1
6 Gran Canaria Gran Canaria 12,093,646 Increase13.8% Decrease 1
7 Tenerife South Tenerife 10,472,713 Increase14.9% Steady
8 Ibiza Ibiza 7,416,161 Increase14.5% Steady
9 Lanzarote Lanzarote 6,683,966 Increase09.1% Steady
10 Valencia Valencia 5,799,104 Increase14.7% Steady
11 Fuerteventura Fuerteventura 5,676,817 Increase12.9% Steady
12 Sevilla Sevilla 4,624,038 Increase07.3% Steady
13 Bilbao Bilbao 4,588,339 Increase07.3% Steady
14 Tenerife North Tenerife 4,219,633 Increase10.6% Steady
15 Menorca Menorca 3,178,612 Increase10.8% Steady
16 Santiago de Compostela Santiago de Compostela 2,510,740 Increase09.3% Steady
17 Girona Girona 1,664,763 Decrease06.2% Steady
18 Asturias Oviedo 1,281,979 Increase14.5% Steady
19 La Palma La Palma 1,116,146 Increase14.9% Increase 2
20 Murcia–San Javier Murcia 1,096,980 Increase02.7% Decrease 1
21 A Coruña A Coruña 1,063,291 Increase03.7% Decrease 1
22 Vigo Vigo 954,006 Increase33.7% Increase 2
23 Almería Almería 919,808 Increase33.1% Increase 4
24 Jerez de la Frontera Jerez de la Frontera 916,451 Increase11.3% Decrease 1
25 Reus Reus 817,611 Increase16.0% Increase 1
26 Seve Ballesteros–Santander Santander 778,318 Decrease11.1% Decrease 4
27 Granada–Jaén Granada 753,142 Increase06.5% Decrease 2
28 Zaragoza Zaragoza 419,529 Decrease01.0% Steady
29 Melilla Melilla 330,116 Increase03.9% Steady
30 San Sebastián San Sebastián 264,422 Increase03.7% Steady
Total For all ~50 reported airports[4] 230,229,523

2015[edit]

The following is a list of the 30 busiest Spanish airports in 2015, from final AENA statistics.[5]

Rank Airport Location Total
passengers
Annual
change
Rank
change
1 Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Madrid 46,824,838 Increase11.9% Steady
2 Barcelona–El Prat Barcelona 39,711,237 Increase05.7% Steady
3 Palma De Mallorca Palma De Mallorca 23,745,023 Increase02.7% Steady
4 Málaga–Costa Del Sol Málaga 14,404,206 Increase04.8% Steady
5 Gran Canaria Gran Canaria 10,627,218 Increase03.0% Steady
6 Alicante–Elche Alicante 10,575,288 Increase05.1% Steady
7 Tenerife South Tenerife 9,117,514 Decrease00.6% Steady
8 Ibiza Ibiza 6,477,283 Increase04.3% Steady
9 Lanzarote Lanzarote 6,128,971 Increase04.2% Steady
10 Valencia Valencia 5,055,127 Increase10.0% Increase 1
11 Fuerteventura Fuerteventura 5,027,415 Increase05.5% Decrease 1
12 Sevilla Sevilla 4,308,845 Increase10.9% Increase 1
13 Bilbao Bilbao 4,277,725 Increase06.5% Decrease 1
14 Tenerife North Tenerife 3,815,316 Increase05.0% Steady
15 Menorca Menorca 2,867,521 Increase08.9% Steady
16 Santiago de Compostela Santiago de Compostela 2,296,248 Increase10.2% Increase 1
17 Girona Girona 1,775,318 Decrease17.8% Decrease 1
18 Asturias Oviedo 1,119,273 Increase05.1% Increase 1
19 Murcia–San Javier Murcia 1,067,576 Decrease02.5% Decrease 1
20 A Coruña A Coruña 1,025,688 Increase03.7% Steady
21 La Palma La Palma 971,676 Increase12.6% Steady
22 Seve Ballesteros–Santander Santander 875,920 Increase07.4% Increase 1
23 Jerez de la Frontera Jerez de la Frontera 823,177 Decrease08.6% Increase 1
24 Vigo Vigo 713,563 Increase04.9% Increase 2
25 Granada–Jaén Granada 707,268 Increase08.7% Increase 2
26 Reus Reus 705,067 Decrease17.1% Decrease 4
27 Almería Almería 691,488 Decrease07.2% Decrease 2
28 Zaragoza Zaragoza 423,873 Increase01.3% Steady
29 Melilla Melilla 317,806 Decrease00.5% Steady
30 San Sebastián San Sebastián 255,071 Increase03.9% Steady
Total For all ~50 reported airports[6] 207,421,046

2014[edit]

The following is a list of the 30 busiest Spanish airports in 2014, from AENA statistics.[7]

Rank Airport Location Total
passengers
Annual
change
Rank
change
1 Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Madrid 41,833,374 Increase05.3% Steady
2 Barcelona-El Prat Barcelona 37,559,044 Increase06.7% Steady
3 Palma De Mallorca Palma De Mallorca 23,115,499 Increase01.5% Steady
4 Málaga–Costa Del Sol Málaga 13,749,134 Increase06.4% Steady
5 Gran Canaria Gran Canaria 10,315,732 Increase05.6% Steady
6 Alicante–Elche Alicante 10,065,873 Increase04.4% Steady
7 Tenerife South Tenerife 9,176,274 Increase05.5% Steady
8 Ibiza Ibiza 6,211,882 Increase08.5% Steady
9 Lanzarote Lanzarote 5,883,039 Increase10.3% Steady
10 Fuerteventura Fuerteventura 4,764,632 Increase11.9% Increase 1
11 Valencia Valencia 4,592,512 Decrease00.6% Decrease 1
12 Bilbao Bilbao 4,015,352 Increase05.6% Steady
13 Sevilla Sevilla 3,884,146 Increase05.3% Steady
14 Tenerife North Tenerife 3,638,953 Increase03.2% Steady
15 Menorca Menorca 2,632,615 Increase02.6% Increase 1
16 Girona Girona 2,160,646 Decrease21.1% Decrease 1
17 Santiago de Compostela Santiago de Compostela 2,083,873 Increase00.5% Steady
18 Murcia–San Javier Murcia 1,095,343 Decrease04.0% Steady
19 Asturias Oviedo 1,065,570 Increase02.5% Steady
20 A Coruña A Coruña 988,834 Increase17.7% Increase 2
21 La Palma La Palma 862,836 Increase06.6% Increase 3
22 Reus Reus 850,648 Decrease12.4% Decrease 1
23 Santander Santander 815,636 Decrease16.3% Decrease 3
24 Jerez de la Frontera Jerez de la Frontera 758,004 Decrease06.6% Decrease 1
25 Almería Almería 744,847 Increase05.6% Steady
26 Vigo Vigo 680,387 Increase00.2% Steady
27 Granada–Jaén Granada 650,544 Increase01.9% Steady
28 Zaragoza Zaragoza 418,576 Decrease08.5% Steady
29 Melilla Melilla 319,603 Increase10.4% Steady
30 San Sebastián San Sebastián 245,422 Increase00.2% Increase 1

2013[edit]

The following is a list of the 30 busiest Spanish airports in 2013, from AENA statistics.[8]

Rank Airport Location Total
passengers
Annual
change
Rank
change
1 Madrid Barajas Madrid 39,729,027 Decrease12.1% Steady
2 Barcelona–El Prat Barcelona 35,210,735 Increase00.2% Steady
3 Palma De Mallorca Majorca 22,768,082 Increase00.4% Steady
4 Málaga Málaga 12,922,403 Increase02.7% Steady
5 Gran Canaria Gran Canaria 9,770,253 Decrease01.2% Steady
6 Alicante Alicante 9,638,860 Increase08.8% Steady
7 Tenerife South Tenerife 8,701,983 Increase02.0% Steady
8 Ibiza Ibiza 5,726,581 Increase03.1% Steady
9 Lanzarote Lanzarote 5,334,598 Increase03.2% Steady
10 Valencia Valencia 4,599,990 Decrease03.2% Steady
11 Fuerteventura Fuerteventura 4,259,341 Decrease03.2% Steady
12 Bilbao Bilbao 3,800,789 Decrease08.9% Increase 1
13 Seville Seville 3,687,727 Decrease14.1% Decrease 1
14 Tenerife North Tenerife 3,516,445 Decrease05.4% Steady
15 Girona Girona 2,736,867 Decrease03.8% Steady
16 Menorca Menorca 2,565,466 Increase00.8% Steady
17 Santiago de Compostela Santiago de Compostela 2,073,055 Decrease05.5% Steady
18 Murcia Murcia 1,140,447 Decrease03.5% Increase 1
19 Asturias Oviedo 1,039,409 Decrease20.6% Decrease 1
20 Santander Santander 974,043 Decrease12.8% Steady
21 Reus Reus 971,166 Increase03.6% Increase 1
22 A Coruña A Coruña 839,837 Decrease00.7% Increase 2
23 Jerez de la Frontera Jerez de la Frontera 811,504 Decrease11.2% Steady
24 La Palma La Palma 809,521 Decrease16.2% Decrease 3
25 Almería Almería 705,552 Decrease05.9% Increase 1
26 Vigo Vigo 678,720 Decrease18.1% Decrease 1
27 Granada–Jaén Granada 636,289 Decrease12.4% Steady
28 Zaragoza Zaragoza 457,284 Decrease17.1% Steady
29 Melilla Melilla 289,551 Decrease08.3% Increase 1
30 Valladolid Valladolid 260,271 Decrease31.2% Decrease 1

2012[edit]

The following is a list of the 30 busiest Spanish airports in 2012, from AENA statistics.[9]

Rank Airport Location Total
passengers
Annual
change
Rank
change
1 Madrid Barajas Madrid 45,195,014 Decrease09.0% Steady
2 Barcelona–El Prat Barcelona 35,145,176 Increase02.2% Steady
3 Palma De Mallorca Majorca 22,666,682 Decrease00.3% Steady
4 Málaga Málaga 12,582,191 Decrease01.9% Steady
5 Gran Canaria Gran Canaria 9,892,288 Decrease06.1% Steady
6 Alicante Alicante 8,855,441 Decrease10.7% Steady
7 Tenerife South Tenerife 8,530,817 Decrease01.5% Steady
8 Ibiza Ibiza 5,555,071 Decrease01.6% Steady
9 Lanzarote Lanzarote 5,169,386 Decrease06.8% Steady
10 Valencia Valencia 4,752,020 Decrease04.6% Steady
11 Fuerteventura Fuerteventura 4,399,183 Decrease11.1% Increase 1
12 Seville Seville 4,287,488 Decrease13.5% Decrease 1
13 Bilbao Bilbao 4,171,092 Increase03.1% Increase 1
14 Tenerife North Tenerife 3,717,944 Decrease09.2% Decrease 1
15 Girona Girona 2,844,682 Decrease05.4% Steady
16 Menorca Menorca 2,545,944 Decrease01.2% Steady
17 Santiago de Compostela Santiago de Compostela 2,194,611 Decrease10.9% Steady
18 Asturias Oviedo 1,309,640 Decrease02.2% Increase 1
19 Murcia Murcia 1,181,490 Decrease06.4% Increase 1
20 Santander Santander 1,117,617 Increase00.1% Increase 1
21 La Palma La Palma 965,779 Decrease09.5% Increase 1
22 Reus Reus 937,446 Decrease31.2% Decrease 4
23 Jerez de la Frontera Jerez de la Frontera 913,301 Decrease11.5% Steady
24 A Coruña A Coruña 845,452 Decrease16.5% Steady
25 Vigo Vigo 828,720 Decrease15.1% Steady
26 Almería Almería 749,712 Decrease04.0% Increase 1
27 Granada–Jaén Granada 728,428 Decrease16.5% Decrease 1
28 Zaragoza Zaragoza 551,406 Decrease26.6% Steady
29 Valladolid Valladolid 378,419 Decrease18.2% Steady
30 Melilla Melilla 315,852 Increase10.2% Steady

2011[edit]

The following is a list of the 30 busiest Spanish airports in 2011, from AENA statistics.[10]

Rank Airport Location Total
passengers
Annual
change
Rank
change
1 Madrid–Barajas Madrid 49,671,270 Decrease00.4% Steady
2 Barcelona–El Prat Barcelona 34,398,226 Increase17.8% Steady
3 Palma de Mallorca Majorca 22,726,707 Increase07.6% Steady
4 Málaga Málaga 12,823,117 Increase06.3% Steady
5 Gran Canaria Gran Canaria 10,538,829 Increase11.1% Steady
6 Alicante Alicante 9,913,731 Increase05.7% Steady
7 Tenerife South Tenerife 8,656,487 Increase17.6% Steady
8 Ibiza Ibiza 5,643,180 Increase12.0% Increase 3
9 Lanzarote Lanzarote 5,543,744 Increase12.3% Increase 1
10 Valencia Valencia 4,979,511 Increase00.9% Decrease 1
11 San Pablo Seville 4,959,359 Increase17.4% Steady
12 El Matorral Fuerteventura 4,948,018 Increase18.6% Increase 1
13 Los Rodeos Tenerife 4,095,103 Increase01.1% Decrease 1
14 Bilbao Bilbao 4,046,172 Increase04.0% Steady
15 Girona–Costa Brava Girona 3,007,977 Decrease38.2% Decrease 3
16 Menorca Menorca 2,576,200 Increase02.6% Steady
17 Santiago de Compostela Santiago de Compostela 2,464,330 Increase13.4% Steady
18 Reus Reus 1,362,683 Decrease04.0% Steady
19 Asturias Asturias 1,339,010 Decrease01.2% Increase 1
20 Murcia–San Javier Murcia 1,262,597 Decrease06.4% Steady
21 Santander Santander 1,116,398 Increase21.4% Steady
22 La Palma La Palma 1,067,431 Increase07.6% Steady
23 Jerez Jerez de la Frontera 1,032,493 Decrease01.0% Steady
24 A Coruña A Coruña 1,012,800 Decrease08.0% Steady
25 Vigo–Peinador Vigo 976,152 Decrease10.7% Steady
26 Granada–Jaén Granada 872,752 Decrease10.8% Steady
27 Almería Almería 780,853 Decrease00.8% Steady
28 Zaragoza Zaragoza 751,097 Increase24.0% Steady
29 Valladolid Valladolid 462,504 Increase17.8% Steady
30 Melilla Melilla 286,701 Decrease02.0% Steady

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