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There are a total of 55 Civilian airports in Spain, including the Canary and Balearic Islands, and Ceuta & Melilla, of which 49 are owned & operated by the Spanish Airport Authority (AENA) with the remainder being privately owned.

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This number includes San Javier Airport, but not Corvera airport - both in Murcia. Plans are in place to close San Javier and simultaneoulsy commence operations at Corvera.

The new airport at Corvera will beocme the first in Spain to be Privately owned, but publicly run, with AENA taking a stake in the airport in lieu of compensation for the closure of San Javier.

AirportLocationIATA Airport code
Aeropuerto Central / Don Qioxte AirportCiudad RealCQM
Algeciras (Heliport) AEI
Almeria LEI
Alvedro AirportLa CoruñaLCG
Asturias OVD
Barajas International AirportMadridMAD
Ceuta (Heliport)MadridJCU
Cordoba ODB
Corvera International AirportMurciaRMU
Costa Azahar AirportCastellonCDT
Costa Brava AirportGironaGRO
Cuatro Vientos AirportMadridMCV
El AltetAlicanteALC
El Matorral Airport FuerteventuraFUE
El PratBarcelonaBCN
Federico Garcia Lorca AirportGranada / JaenGRX
Foronda AirportVitoriaVIT
Fuenterrabia AirportSan SebastianEAS
HierroEl HierroVDE
Ibiza IBZ
Jerez Airport XRY
La Gomera GMZ
Las Palmas Airport SPC
Lanzarote Airport ACE
Las Palmas AirportGran CanariaLPA
Lavacolla AirportSantiago de CompostelaSCQ
León Airport LEN
Los LLlanosAlbaceteABC
Los Rodeos AirportTenerife (North)TFN
Matacan AiportSalamancaSLM
Melilla Airport MLN
Pablo Ruiz PicassoMalagaAGP
PamplonaPamplona PNA
Sur Reina SofiaTenerife (South)TFS
Reus Airport REU
Sabadell Airport QSA *
San JavierMurciaMJV
San Pablo AirportSevilleSVQ
Santander AirportSDR
Son BonetMallorcaLESB *
Son San Juan AirportPalma de MajorcaPMI
Talavera la RealBadajozBJZ
Torrejon AfbMadridTOJ
Valencia Airport VLC
Valladolid Airport VLL
Vigo Airport VGO
Zaragoza Airport ZAZ
* Non IATA Identifier

By the end of 2010 Ryanair had overtaken Iberia as the largest carrier in Spain, and by the end of the first half of 2011 passenger numbers had increased by 30% on the previous year, and stood at almost 18 million.

Iberia, the national airline, is currently the second largest carrier, who transported 14 Million passengers in the same period.

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