|Seville San Pablo airport got a new terminal building for the 1992 World Fair. It's in typical Andalucian style, but doesn't give a genuine old Andalusian style feeling. It's just typical poor Spanish building quality. With almost 4,3 million passengers in 2012, the airport isn't really big. There is one runway which is 3.360 m long. In 2010 it's a short busride to Sant Justa railway station and a little bit further to the edge of the downtwown area.|
|Terminals: The only
terminal served 4,5 million passengers in
2007. In 2000 traffic was only at just over 2
million passengers. The 2010 terminal was opened
in 1989, just before the 1992 world fair. The terminal
was designed by the architect Rafael Moneo. Seville
San Pablo airport (SQV) had a major expansion just
before the 1992 world fair in Seville.
Bus: the airport has a busservice to the city center. The first stop in the city seems to be the Santa Justa railway station. But then the bus continues to closer stops to the historical city center of Seville, which is the part near the Catherdral. The last stop seems to be Avda. Del Cid. This place is right in front of the University of Seville. From there it's a 3 minute walk to the Cathedral. In 2010 there frequnecy of this bus service seems to be once every 30 minutes from early in the morning till midnight. A one way ticket seems to cost 2,30 euro.
Location: It's located 10 km north east of the city center. Seville is a city on the Guayaquil river in Andalusia (Southern Spain). In 2009 the airport is much smaller than Malaga airport.
Departures: Brussels - Amsterdam - Barcelona
Passengers: There was an increase from around 2 million in 2000 to over 4,5 million in 2007. In 2009 the airport recieved just above 4 million passengers. It's a small airport, with in 2010 around 5 airbridges connected to a large check-inn hall.
Region: In 2009 the airport is much smaller than Malaga airport. It was the second busiest airport of the Spanish region of Andalucia.
History: The origins of this airport dates from 1914. It has been used for the very first flight from Europe to Africa. In 2010 Airbus has a production facility for the M-400 at the airport.
Seville is an inland city in Southern Spain. It's located in the Guayaquiville river. See Seville ... Virtueel bezoek. The historical center is around the Alcazar and the Catherdral. The small streets next to the garderns of the Alcazar are truly authentic in 2010. During the Spanish colonial times the city was granted to monopoly of trade with the colonies. So, each ship sailing to the colognies had to depart and arrive in Seville. Here also the 40 percent tax on the trade with the colonies was collected. A school of Captains with secret knowledge of maps was provided by the State. A taxman had to stay on the ship on each journey it made. In 2011 Seville is the most authentic old city in Spain. Seville photo collection >>>
2747.com - Up