During the first two months of this year 2018, Spanish airports accumulated a total of 30,780,207 passengers, 9% more than in the same period of the previous year, according to statistics provided by AENA.
The airport with the largest number of passengers was Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas, with 8.04 million passengers and an 8.4% increase compared to January and February of 2017.
The second busiest airport was Barcelona-El Prat, which reached 6.09 million passengers, an increase of 8.7% compared to last year.
The third place in this ranking corresponds to the airport of Gran Canaria, which added 2.3 million passengers between January and February of this year after increasing by 6.8%.
Els següents aeroports amb un major nombre de passatgers van ser els de Màlaga-Costa del Sol (1,89 milions), Tenerife-Sud (1,89 milions), Palma de Mallorca (1,48 milions), Alacant-Elx (1, 41 milions) i Lanzarote (1,1 milions). El que menys va créixer en aquest grup va ser el de Tenerife-Sud (0,7% d’augment), i el que més el de Palma de Mallorca (9,1%).
The following airports with the largest number of passengers were Malaga-Costa del Sol (1.89 million), Tenerife-South (1.89 million), Palma de Mallorca (1.48 million), Alicante-Elche (1, 41 million) and Lanzarote (1.1 million). The one that grew least in this group was Tenerife-Sur (0.7% increase), and the one that grew the most was Palma de Mallorca (9.1%)..
Among the 15 main Spanish airports, those that increased more the number of passengers during January and February with respect to the previous year were those of Seville (32.4%), Valencia (27.7%), Tenerife-North (20.4%) ) and Ibiza (18.3%).
This is the complete list of Spanish airports according to the number of passengers:
In 2017, the total number of passengers that passed through Spanish airports was almost 250 million (249,223,044), 8.2% more than the previous year.
The 2017 global ranking was also headed by the airport of the Spanish capital, Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas, which added 53.4 million passengers, with an increase of 5.9% compared to 2016.
The second airport by passenger number was Barcelona-El Prat, with 47.28 million and an increase of 7.1%.
Palma de Mallorca was the third airport by passenger volume (27.9 million), Malaga-Costa del Sol was the fourth (18.6 million), Alicante-Elche the fifth (13.7 million), Gran Canaria the sixth ( 13.09 million) and Tenerife Sur the seventh (11.2 million).
A total of 25 Spanish airports exceeded one million passengers last year, as can be seen in the following list: