On this page you will find information about Ryanair and easyJet destinations in Spain, plus a comparison to find out which has better coverage in Spain.
- Compare prices on Flights to Spain Choose your starting point and destination and see which airline gets you there cheapest.
- Ryanair and easyJet destinations in detail Check out where Ryanair and easyJet fly to in further detail.
Who has better destinations in Spain: easyJet or Ryanair?
- Both Ryanair and easyJet serve Madrid, Malaga and much of the south-east of Spain.
- Ryanair covers Andalusia better, with flights to key tourist destinations Seville and Granada.
Winner: Ryanair for shear scope, but their insistence on calling Girona and Reus 'Barcelona' airports continues to cause problems for passengers unaware of their distance from Barcelona.
easyJet Destinations in Spain in fulleasyJet flies to 10 destinations in mainland Spain, as well as three destinations in the Balearics and three in Portugal.
They are: Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia, Bilbao, Málaga, La Coruña, Asturias (Oviedo), Alicante, Murcia, Almeria, Ibiza, Palma and Mahon (plus Faro, Lisbon and Porto in Portugal).
Ryanair Destinations in Spain in fullRyanair flies to 16 destinations in mainland Spain, as well as two destinations in the Canary Islands, one in the Balearics and two in Portugal, making Ryanair one of the best airlines in terms of number of destinations in Spain.
They are: Madrid, Valencia, Alicante, Murcia, Almeria, Granada, Seville, Jerez, Malaga, Santiago de Compostela, Valladolid, Santander, Vitoria, Zaragoza, Barcelona, Barcelona (Reus), Barcelona (Girona), Palma Mallorca, Tenerife North, Tenerife South and Fuerteventura.
However, the way Ryanair advertises some of their destinations can be confusing for those not familiar with the geography of Spain. Ryanair describes its flights to Reus and Girona as 'Barcelona (Reus)' and 'Barcelona (Girona)' respectively, despite these airports being 100km from Barcelona.
According to a report on the BBC in August 2007, Ryanair got in trouble for being 'misleading in their claims' in an advertisement about costs and travel times for travel between London and Brussels as they 'hadn't flagged up' the distance between the airports and the city centers and the costs incurred traveling between the two. Watch this BBC video on Ryanair complaints upheld.