Seville Private Jet Charter

Seville Airport, also known as San Pablo Airport, is located in Seville, Spain, 9 km east of the city. Seville Airport, the sixth busiest airport in the country, is the main international airport serving Western Andalusia and neighboring provinces in Southern Spain. The airport serves as a base for low-cost carriers Vueling and Ryanair.

The airport grounds include an Airbus factory (San Pablo Sur), an Airbus maintenance center (San Pablo Norte) and a Ryanair maintenance centre. Due to its airport location in the autonomous region of Andalusia, it is frequently used by private jet charter services.

Seville private jet charter prices

Although Seville 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 → Seville are as follows.

Midsize Jet24.850 EUR
Heavy Jet38.800 EUR
Long Range53.400 EUR
Midsize Jet (8-9 seats), Heavy Jet (10-16 seats), Long Range Jet (13-16 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.

History of Seville Airport

Towards the end of 1914, the municipality of Seville delivered a plot of 240,000 m2 to the Military Aviation Association for the construction of an airport. The airport works started in 1915 and it started to be used for pilot and observer training in the same year. In 1919, the airport was officially opened, and in the same year the first commercial flights were made between Seville and Madrid.

The following year, an air mail service was established between Seville and Larache and in 1921, the first Spanish commercial flights were made between Seville and Larache. In 1923, various facilities such as hangars, workshops and facilities were opened, and approval was given for the construction of an aerodrome measuring 750 x 500 m at one end of the military aerodrome in Tablada.

In April 1927, Unión Aérea Española established the Madrid-Seville-Lisbon air service. In February 1929, the Sevilla airport project was approved, and in March, Tablada airport was opened to flights and air traffic. After the planned airport was built, it was decided to stop this service. In 1929, the first flight was made between Madrid and Seville, and in 1930 this flight was extended to the Canary Islands. In February 1931, the service between Berlin and Barcelona was extended to Seville. In December 1933, LAPE started a service between Seville and the Canary Islands.

In September 1945, expansion and modernization works were started for the airport. As part of the works, some of the runways were asphalted while the terminal buildings were renewed. In 1948 a protractor was installed, and runway lighting was completed. In 1956, runway 09/27 was expanded and runway 18/36 became a taxiway. Tablada served as a military aerodrome until it was closed in 1990.

In 1965, the Instrument Landing System was installed. Between 1971 and 1975, the terminal area was renovated, the apron was expanded, a new terminal building was built and new access roads were developed. In 1989, by focusing on Seville Expo 92, the apron was expanded and a new access was opened from the N-IV national highway. In addition, a new terminal building and a new control tower were built south of the runway. The old terminal was redesigned as a cargo terminal. New facilities opened on July, 31. With the increasing number of visitors, the construction of the new terminal building was started in 2019.

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Places to visit in Seville

Seville, the number one city of Andalusia tours with its cultural infrastructure and rich architecture, is one of the most exotic cities in Europe. Seville Cathedral, the largest of the gothic cathedrals in the world, Real Alcázar, one of the oldest royal palaces in the world, Plaza de Espana, which is inspired by Arab and Spanish architecture, Santa Cruz Neighborhood, which reflects the local culture in the best way, Torre del Oro, which has become the symbol of the city and Parque de María Luisa, which is the largest green area of the city, are among the must-see places.

In addition, Triana District, Museo del Baile Flamenco, Calle Sierpes, Sevilla Bullring, Palace of the Countess of Lebrija and Hospital de los Venerables are among the important points of the city.

Transportation From Seville Airport to the city center

The Airport Express Urban Transportation Line connects the Plaza de Armas bus station in the city center to the airport. Santa Justa has intermediate stops at strategic points of the city, including the AVE train station. The whole journey takes about 40 minutes. Buses run between 04:30 and 00:45.

Outside the bus and train times, taxis are waiting just outside the airport and provide transportation to the city center in about 20 minutes. Passengers who want to reach the center with their private car can go to Ronda Nte. They can also reach the city center in 15 minutes via the Sevilla/SE-20 main road.