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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
1 hours 27 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Madrid|
|Flights arrive in:||Cádiz|
|Airlines:||Air Nostrum , Iberia Express, Air Europa|
An option to travel from Madrid to Cadiz is to take one of the many economic flights offered for this route. Cádiz does not have an airport, so the busiest route ends at Sevilla airport.
The Madrid Cadiz flights, via Seville, are managed by Iberia, Air Nostrum and the low-cost airline Vueling. The only company that schedules direct flights is Iberia.
The direct flights Madrid Cadiz, via Seville, are very fast, with a duration of 1 hour and 5 minutes. Flights with the fastest stopover are operated by Vueling, whose minimum duration is 3 hours and 40 minutes.
Daily there are 4 flights available Madrid Cadiz, via Seville, direct, weekends included. The average number of flights with 1 stopover is 10 a day, although the average drops to 5 on weekends.
The route starts at Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas airport, 12 kilometres from the centre, and ends at Sevilla airport, 132 kilometres from Cádiz. Both line 8 of the metro and the 24-hour Airport Express bus allow access from the centre of Madrid to the airport in 15 minutes. From Seville airport, Cadiz can be reached by taking the EA bus line to Santa Justa station: the journey takes half an hour. In this station there are direct trains to Cadiz; the duration of this journey is 1 hour and a half, approximately.