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|Name (city):||El Prat|
Barcelona "El Prat" Airport LEBL
Barcelona–El Prat Airport (IATA: BCN, ICAO: LEBL) (Catalan: Aeroport de Barcelona – el Prat, Spanish: Aeropuerto de Barcelona-El Prat), simply known as Barcelona Airport, is located 12 km (7.5 mi) southwest of the centre ofBarcelona, Catalonia, Spain, lying in the municipalities of El Prat de Llobregat, Viladecans, and Sant Boi.
The airport is the second largest in Spain behind Madrid Barajas Airport and 31st busiest in the world, and is the main airport of Catalonia. It is a main base for Vueling, a hub for Iberia Regional and low-cost giant Ryanair as well as a focus city forAir Europa. The airport mainly serves domestic, European and North African destinations, also having flights to Southeast Asia (Singapore), Latin America (Argentina, Brazil and Colombia) and North America (United States and Canada). The Airport was a hub for Spanair before it suspended services on January 27, 2012.
The Barcelona–Madrid air shuttle service, known as the "Puente Aéreo" (in Spanish), or "Pont Aeri" (in Catalan) literally "Air Bridge", was the world's busiest route until 2008, with the highest number of flight operations (971 per week) in 2007.The schedule has been reduced since February 2008, when a Madrid–Barcelona high-speed rail line was opened, covering the distance in 2 hours 30 minutes, and quickly became popular.
In 2011, nearly 34.4 million passengers used Barcelona Airport, a 17.8% increase compared with 2010. In 2012, Barcelona Airport handled 35.1 million passengers, making it the only of the major airports of Spain to report an increase. In 2013 Barcelona Airport handled 35,210,735 passengers. Currently, Barcelona-El Prat is the 10th busiest airport in Europe just behind London Gatwick Airport and right in front of Moscow Domodedovo Airport.
From February 2014, Barcelona-El Prat was the first Spanish airport to receive a daily Airbus A380 operated by Emirates on its routes to Dubai International Airport, an important milestone in its history.
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|02||19°||8294ft / 2528 m||7ft||41.287758||2.084836||✓||108.75||19°||3.0°|
|07L||66°||10997ft / 3352 m||8ft||41.294845||2.07195||✓||110.3||66°||3.0°|
|07R||66°||8727ft / 2660 m||8ft||41.282311||2.07435||✓||110.75||66°||3.0°|
|20||199°||8294ft / 2528 m||12ft||41.309295||2.094661||✘||-||-||3.0°|
|25L||246°||8727ft / 2660 m||8ft||41.29222||2.103281||✓||111.5||246°||3.0°|
|25R||246°||10997ft / 3352 m||10ft||41.305725||2.103731||✓||109.5||246°||3.0°|