Seville is not on major international airline routes so direct connections are mainly from other cities in Spain and some countries in Europe. Most international flights to Seville transit in the airline's home countries, or in Madrid or Barcelona. No airlines offer direct connections from the United States or Canada. However Finnair, TAP Portugal and others operate services with one stop in their home capitals, and American Airlines operates flights from Miami with one stop in Madrid. Iberia offers departures from Los Angeles, New York's JFK, and other American cities with one stop in Madrid. From the UK, several direct connections are available. British Airways offers one daily evening departure from Gatwick, easyJet operates a morning service from Gatwick, and RyanAir provides a lunchtime flight from Stansted and an evening flight from Gatwick. Also Vueling runs services to Seville from Cardiff and Gatwick via Barcelona. Flights to Seville arrive at Seville Airport (Aeropuerto de Sevilla (SVQ)) located some 10 kilometres north of the city. Airport Express buses run to the bus station in the centre of the city (Plaza de Armas) in 40 minutes, stopping at important locations along the way including the AVE train station. The bus service operates from 4:30 a.m. until 12:45 a.m. Seville Airport taxis available in the rank outside arrivals make the run into town in 15 minutes.
Seville is a sunny atmospheric city located at the heart of the southern Spanish region of Andalusia. It’s the place to discover the real Spain of haunting Moorish and Gothic architecture, flamboyant flamenco dancing, splendid gardens, bull fights, and tantalizing tapas bars. With its air scented with orange blossoms, Seville is the ideal city for strolling around and just soaking up the atmosphere. History buffs will find much to marvel at including the Catedral de Sevilla, Giralda Tower and world famous palace of Alcazar. Art lovers will enjoy the many museums and galleries displaying canvases by El Greco, Murillo and other local luminaries.