Barcelona Private Jet Charter

Barcelona International Airport, which the locals refer to as El Prat, is the main airport of Barcelona, the capital of the Autonomous Region of Catalonia in Spain. Located in the city of El Prat de Llobregat, 10 km outside of Barcelona, the airport is the largest port in the Catalonia region and the second largest port in Spain after Madrid Barajas International Airport.

The airport is mainly used for private jet charter services and domestic flights. The port is the main hub for Clickair and Vueling Airlines. T1 terminal was put into service on June 17, 2009 and over 25 million passengers used the port during the same period.

Barcelona private jet charter prices

Although Barcelona air charter fees depend on variables such as the number of passengers, departure airport, flight time, aircraft position, flight date, the prices for private jet charter from Istanbul → Barcelona are as follows.

Light Jet17.550 EUR
Midsize Jet21.750 EUR
Heavy Jet31.600 EUR
Light Jet (7 seats), Midsize Jet (8-9 seats), Heavy Jet (10-16 seats)

These prices are average amounts and you can contact us on our flight reservation screen or by phone for the most accurate price information.

The history of constantly self-renewing Barcelona Airport

The airport, with facilities in El Remolar on La Volateria farmlands, began operating in 1916. However, considering that there was not enough capacity in this region, the region was abandoned and a new airport was built in El Prat in 1918. In the same years, the zeppelin fleet of the Spanish Navy began to use the airport as a base.

Scheduled commercial flights first started in 1927 with the Iberia service to Madrid Cuatro Vientos Airport. The runway, which is now called the 07-25 runway, was built in 1948 and the first international flight was carried out in the same year. Between 1948 and 1952, a second runway (runways 16–34) perpendicular to the previous one, new taxiways, and a terminal building to host passengers was built.

A new control tower was added to the airport in 1965 to handle the increased traffic thanks to the new terminal building. The terminal building, which is still used as Terminal 2B, was built in 1968 for the airport, which continues to expand. Between 1970-77, domestic and international flights started to different regions and the flight network of the port was expanded.

Until the 90s, investments in the airport decreased and no additional modernization work was carried out. With the effect of the 1992 Summer Olympics, a major construction work was started at the airport between the years of 1990 and 1992, and renovation works were carried out at many parts.

The new Terminal 1 was opened on June 16, 2009 and covers an area of 545.000 square meters. 70% of today’s flights depart from Terminal 1. The old Terminals A, B, and C were designated as Terminals 2A, 2B, and 2C. On June 6, 2011, the airport was officially renamed Barcelona-El Prat, in response to a request by the El Prat de Llobregat City Council to provide a standard name for airport facilities. On March 1, 2019, the airport’s official name was changed once again to Josep Tarradellas Barcelona-El Prat in recognition and respect for its historic role on the 30th anniversary of the death of the President of the Generalitat de Catalonia.

During the 2000s, many new flight routes, especially international ones, were added to the airport and the flight network expanded.

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Places to visit in Barcelona

Barcelona, one of the most popular tourism cities in Europe, hosts thousands of tourists every year, especially in summer, with its unique architectural structures, Mediterranean cuisine, museums and nightlife.

Of the most popular places in Barcelona, which is considered the tourism capital of Spain, Nou Camp Stadium and Barcelona FC Museum are the first that comes to mind. The number of tourists visiting the museum and stadium belonging to the Barcelona team is even more than the tourists hosted by many countries throughout the year.

Sagrada Familia, which has become the symbol of Barcelona, Casa Mila (La Pedrera), which is considered the second most important structure of the city according to some, Park Güell, which stands out with its colorful appearance and different architectural structure, La Rambla Street that reflects the life and spirit of the city, Casa Batllo with its flamboyant appearance and The Picasso Museum, which was opened in the name of the Spanish artist, are among the most visited points of the city.

Transportation information for Barcelona airport

Barcelona Airport is one of the most convenient ports in terms of transportation. There are alternative ways to access the city center or the airport from the center.

One of the most frequently used methods is the train line. The train, which departs every 30 minutes from Maçanet-Massanes station located near Terminal 2 and connects to many central stations via the R2 line, is the easiest way to reach the city center and its surroundings. To reach the station, which is close to Terminal 2, free buses depart from other terminal buildings every 15 minutes.

Transportation Metropolitans de Barcelona (TMB) public bus line provides access to Parallel Streeta and bus number 46 departs every 30 minutes. Aerobus offers direct transfer service to the city center with T1 and T2 lines.

There are also private car rental services within the airport. Taxis are also available outside the port. Passengers who want to travel with their own vehicle can access both the center and alternative routes via the C-32B highway.