There is a large taxi rank outside the terminal building. Taxis work on a queue system so choose the taxi at the front of the queue. For journeys between the airport and anywhere within the standard fare limits of the city of Seville, Fare 1 is applied (a single, fixed fare), 20.70 Euro (from Monday to Friday, 7:00 to 21:00). Where Fare 2 is applied (from 21:00 to 07:00; Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays and December 24th and 31st from 00:00 to 24:00; and public holidays in April and Holy Week, (which also carry a surcharge of 25 percent between 21:00 and 07:00), the fare will be 23.08 Euro. In the services requested by telephone, it is addeed the taximeter fare until the passenger collection point.
Bus EA runs to and from the airport to the city, dropping at the main station.
Route EA-Especial Airport-Prado
Seville's Urban Transport Line links Prado de San Sebastián with the airport. You can look up the departure times for buses, either from the centre of Seville or the airport. Information about intermediate bus stops is also available on the website TUSSAM. The stops are: Airport - Kansas City - Santa Justa Railway Station - Luis de Morales - San Francisco Javier - Carlos V - Prado San Sebastián. Single fare, €2.30; return €4.00; one month season ticket €38.00.
Departures at Seville Airport
Passengers access the departures lounge situated on floor 1 from the pavement, check in at one of the 42 available check-in desks, then go either to the catering area to await the announcement of their flight, or to the pre-boarding area, passing first through the security checks. The preboarding zone has a VIP lounge (Iberia), shops, a catering area, toilets and seating. From here, passengers go to one of the fiftteen boarding lounges, from where they will board either through the airbridge or by passenger bus.
Arrivals at Seville Airport
Passengers who arrive through the airbridge come down a ramp to the mezzanine, from where they pass through passport control, then enter the baggage reclaim hall. In cases of remote parking, passengers access the baggage reclaim halls through two access gates on the arrivals level. Once baggage has been reclaimed, and after passing through customs in the case of passengers from international flights, passengers go to the arrivals lounge, where they will find local car hire services, the Baggage Information Office, the Aena office, a cafeteria and the tourist office.
With such a large, busy airport, there's no shortage of facilities at Seville Airport. There are 8 shops in total including a newsagents and a pharmacy. There are two cafes, two ATMs, 5 lost luggage desks and several information points. Seville Airport has a VIP lounge with meeting room and there is a meeting room to cater for 140 people.
There are several leading car hire companies based at the airport. These include AurigaCrown, Avis, Europcar, Hertz and National Atesa.
There are two public car parks at Seville Airport, P1 and P2. Rates are per minute. From minute 0 to minute 30, 0.017987 Euro per minute; from minute 31 to minute 60, 0.025181 Euro per minute; from minute 61, 0.022258 Euro per minute; daily maximum up to four days 14.65 Euro; daily maximum as from the fifth day, 11.65 Euro. Capacity: Parking P1: 886 spaces, 24 of them for disabled people. Parking P2: 948 spaces, 30 of them for disabled people.
Seville Airport handles flights with Air Berlin, Air Europa, Air Nostrum, Brussels Airlines, Iberia, Iberworld, Royal Air Maroc, Ryanair, Spanair, TAP Portugal, Transavia, Vueling Airlines and XL Airways France.
Seville Airport Reception - 954 449 00
Air tickets at Seville Airport - 954 675 210
Taxis at Seville Airport - 954 675 555
Radiotaxis at Seville Airport - 954 580 000
Teletaxis at Seville Airport - 954 622 222
Tourist Office in Seville - 954 787 578