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Seville Airport

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Sevilla airport air traffic control tower Seville Airport (IATA code: SVQ - ICAO code: LEZL), popularly known as Seville-San Pablo Airport, is currently the only airport in the city of Seville, the capital of Andalusia and the fourth largest city in Spain, and It is located 10 kilometers northeast of this city, between the limits of this city and the city of Rinconada. The original name of the airport in Spanish is Aeropuerto de Sevilla.

The airport remains closed at night, in summer as well as in winter, from 01.30am to 04.30am. However, passengers who need to stay in the terminal all night long because their flight departs early in the morning, may do so as long as they are in possession of their boarding pass to be able to show it to security personnel who require it..

The traffic of the airport is mostly domestic, being its main destination the Barcelona airport, although in recent years there has been a noticeable increase in European and international traffic. The airport is, however, the fourth by volume of cargo in Spain and the tenth by passenger volume.

Its last remodeling was carried out for the Universal Exposition of Seville, in 1992, for which a terminal building was built with a design inspired in Sevillian culture. The aircraft parking platform was also extended and a new control tower was built.

Information and contact

Aeropuerto de Sevilla

Address: Carretera N-IV Madrid-Cádiz, kilómetro 532 - 41020 Sevilla
Phone numbers: 902 404 704 / (+34) 91 321 10 00

AENA (Information and customer service)

Phone numbers: (+34) 91 321 10 00 / 902 404 704

Lost and found

The lost property office of the Terminal is located on level 0, baggage claim hall.

Lost objects in the aircraft

Lost in the aircraft facilities objects need be claimed at the airline, or their handling company. Handling companies:
Aviapartner: (+34) 607 535 362, baggage claim hall, level 0.
EasyJet: (+34) 954 449 151, check-in area, level 1.
Ryanair: (+34) 954 449 232, check-in area, level 1.
WFS: (+34) 954 449 257, baggage claim hall, level 0.

Contact for people with hearing and/or speech impairment

Aena has an information and customer service line for passengers with hearing and/or speech impairment. If you are interested in this service you can access the instructions for downloading the free software required to use it from your mobile phone:
Access to instructions (Telesor ToMobile).
Once installed, you can ring the following numbers for any queries and/or to request assistance in Spanish airports:
902 404 704 / (+34) 91 321 10 00 (outside Spain, or if you can not ring 902 lines)
The service operates 24 hours a day, every day of the year.

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Inquirys and claims

By email to

Cultural visits to the Airport for schoolchildren

Departamento de Operaciones y Servicios
Phone number: (+34) 954 449 011

Technical information

The airport has the IATA SVQ code and the ICAO LEZL. code.

Aerial view of Seville airport
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The Seville airport currently has a single runway heading 09/27, 3360x45 meters long (11023x148 feet) at an elevation of 34 meters above sea level. The runway is equipped with ILS / DME CAT I precision instruments for poor visibility approaches, and a 3º PAPI system for visual approaches.


The airport has a single terminal building with two floors for passengers and a cargo terminal.

Airbus Defense & Space facilities

The aerospace company Airbus Group has within the airport of Seville a modern facilities located south of the runway, and intended for assembly mainly of the A400M model, as well as the CN235 and C295 models. The company also has an MRO Service Center located in the airport at other facilities north of the runway, which carries out revision and maintenance tasks.
These facilities are a great economic engine for the airport and the region.
Airbus Group job offers for the Seville airport facilities .

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