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Flights from London to Seville
This information is correct as of September 2015
Airlines that fly from London to Seville
British Airways, Ryanair and EasyJet all provide direct flights from London to Seville. All three depart from London Gatwick. Ryanair also provide direct flights to Seville from London Stansted Airport.
London Gatwick has two terminal buildings. British Airways flights to Seville depart from the North Terminal while both Ryanair and EasyJet flights depart from the South Terminal. Passengers on flights to Seville are advised to check-in two hours before their scheduled flight departure time.
Both terminals at Gatwick have a range of great shopping, eating and drinking options. There are fast food outlets, popular high street coffee shops and a Wetherspoon pub. In the North Terminal you’ll also find Jamie’s Italian. Passengers will find all of the shops they need for picking up last minute travel essentials and luxury items too. Shops include WHSmith, Boots, Cath Kidston, Ted Baker and Harrods.
There is just one terminal at Stansted Airport and passengers are advised to arrive at least two hours before their scheduled flight departure time. Passengers looking to move through the security process more quickly can bypass queues with a Fast Track pass. It costs £3.50 and can be purchased from self-service kiosks before you reach security.
The airport departures area has a range of shops and food outlets. There’s also a premium lounge available for a fee. It offers complimentary drinks and refreshments and free Wi-Fi.
Seville Airport is located 10 kilometres north east of Seville city. There is just one terminal building and the arrivals area is located on the ground floor.
In the arrivals hall, passengers will find a cafeteria serving food and drink and car hire desks. Hertz, Europcar, Enterprise, Avis and Sixt are all based at the airport. Wi-Fi is available throughout the airport, free of charge for the first 30 minutes, and there is also a cash machine located in the departures hall on the first floor. Outside the terminal building, passengers will find both taxis and buses.
Linea EA is the bus route that goes from the airport into Seville city centre. The journey takes around 35 minutes and a one way ticket costs €4.00. The bus service runs every day of the year from 5:20am to 1:15am in the direction of the city.
Taxis to and from the airport should charge a flat fee with no additions for luggage. A journey to the city centre will cost between €22.00 and €30.00 depending on whether you’re travelling during the week, at the weekend or during a public holiday.
What to Expect in Seville
Seville enjoys a Mediterranean climate with hot summers lasting from June to September. Temperatures rarely dip below 30°c in summer months and even winter months often have temperatures in the double figures. Rainfall is highest during December and January.
Seville is part of Andalucia. It’s one of the cheapest regions of Spain when you venture beyond the Costa del Sol. Eating out, public transport and groceries are all very affordable. You can expect to pay around €35.00 for a mid-range three course meal for two, just €2.00 for a bottle of beer and €4.00 for a mid-range, shop bought bottle of wine.
Seville is one hour ahead of the UK.
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