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Flights to Spain in 2024

Find the latest flights to Spain in 2024, with up-to-date prices and availability. In the last 7 days, Cheapflights users made a total of 76,426 searches and data was last updated on 17 April 2024.

Popular in

September

Cheapest in

November

Average price

HK$7,869

Return from

HK$4,150

One-way from

HK$2,850
High demand for flights, 9% potential price rise
Best time to find cheap flights, 2% potential price drop
Average for return flights in April 2024
From Hong Kong Intl to Barcelona
One-way flight from Hong Kong Intl (HKG) to Spain

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Browse one-way and return flights deals to Spain on Cheapflights. Flight deals are based on user searches and were last updated on 17 April 2024
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Average price of flights to Spain by month

Plan your trip to Spain by taking into account the cheapest months to travel. The average price of a one-way flight to Spain is currently HK$0 while a return flight costs HK$0. Price data was last updated on 14 April 2024.

Temperature and rainfall in Spain by month

Plan your trip to Spain by taking into account the average temperature and rainfall totals by month.

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Temperature

9 - 24 °C

If weather is an important factor for your trip to Spain, use this chart to help with planning. For those seeking warmer temperatures, August is the ideal time of year to visit, when temperatures reach an average of 24.0 C. Travellers hoping to avoid the cold should look outside of January, when temperatures are typically at their lowest (around 9.0 C).

When is the best time to book a flight to Spain?

Use this chart to determine the optimal time to book a return flight to Spain. Price data was last updated on 28 January 2024.
Booking 64 days in advance of your planned departure date is, on average, the best time to get cheap flights to Spain. The general trend is that the closer you book to the departure date, the more expensive your flight will be.
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Reviews of airlines servicing Spain

Get insights into the airlines that provide service to Spain. Read reviews, discover amenities, and learn about the overall travel experience offered by airlines. Use this information to make informed decisions when choosing an airline for your flight to Spain. Reviews last updated 17 April 2024.
Peruse reviews from past customers who have flown Air China, China Eastern and British Airways to Spain to help guide your decision. You can also see how each airline stacks up in terms of entertainment options, comfort, food, crew/service, and boarding process.
8.4
Very Good
614 reviews

Comfort

8.2

Overall

8.4

Crew

8.6

Food

8.2

Boarding

8.5

Entertainment

7.9

Reviews

1 / 10

Was good, not great. Food ok. Screen small, but selection normal. Lots of storage. Bed ok.

8.4
Very Good
614 reviews
8.4
Very Good
614 reviews

Comfort

8.2

Overall

8.4

Crew

8.6

Food

8.2

Boarding

8.5

Entertainment

7.9

Reviews

1 / 10

Was good, not great. Food ok. Screen small, but selection normal. Lots of storage. Bed ok.

8.3
Very Good
1,490 reviews
8.4
Very Good
614 reviews

Comfort

8.2

Overall

8.4

Crew

8.6

Food

8.2

Boarding

8.5

Entertainment

7.9

Reviews

1 / 10

Was good, not great. Food ok. Screen small, but selection normal. Lots of storage. Bed ok.

8.1
Very Good
4,092 reviews
8.4
Very Good
614 reviews

Comfort

8.2

Overall

8.4

Crew

8.6

Food

8.2

Boarding

8.5

Entertainment

7.9

Reviews

1 / 10

Was good, not great. Food ok. Screen small, but selection normal. Lots of storage. Bed ok.

7.9
Good
1,643 reviews
8.4
Very Good
614 reviews

Comfort

8.2

Overall

8.4

Crew

8.6

Food

8.2

Boarding

8.5

Entertainment

7.9

Reviews

1 / 10

Was good, not great. Food ok. Screen small, but selection normal. Lots of storage. Bed ok.

7.8
Good
2,095 reviews
8.4
Very Good
614 reviews

Comfort

8.2

Overall

8.4

Crew

8.6

Food

8.2

Boarding

8.5

Entertainment

7.9

Reviews

1 / 10

Was good, not great. Food ok. Screen small, but selection normal. Lots of storage. Bed ok.

Where are the most popular flight destinations in Spain?

Barcelona is the most popular flight destination in Spain. Other popular destinations include Madrid, Málaga, Palma de Mallorca and Valencia.

Spain needs no introduction. It’s the country of the green North and the sunny costas, the flamenco and tapas, the solemn church processions and the joyous fiestas, the bucket-and-spade holiday and the cultural city break, the siesta and late-night partying.

Britain’s love affair with the country is going strong; almost every week an airline introduces more cheap flights to Spain and its holiday islands (Canary Islands – Gran Canaria, Tenerife, La Palma, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura – and Balearic Islands – Majorca, Menorca and Ibiza).

The Costa del Sol is the family-holiday favourite taking in the resort towns of Torremolinos, Fuengirola, Mijas and Marbella. The Costa Brava in northeastern Spain is fantastic for family hols too while the big, sandy beaches of the Costa de la Luz, running from the Straits of Gibraltar to Portugal, are becoming more popular.

Madrid is the capital, an elegant city with three world-class treasure-packed galleries within a few minutes’ walk of each other. Barcelona is cool with wonderfully preserved medieval streets and those world-famous Gaudi buildings.

Malaga is the gateway to the Costa del Sol, and Seville, further west, is a vibrant city that comes to life in springtime with the Semana Santa and Feria de Abril.

Spain climate

For most of the year, Spain is warm in the south and temperate in the north, but gets very hot in July in August – peak tourist season. Spring and autumn are the nicest times to visit, although the Atlantic coast gets heavy rains in October and November. Winters can get very cold in Madrid and the country’s central highlands.

Getting around Spain

The official Spain tourist site calls bus travel “comfortable and efficient”, and has a handy list of related bus company websites.

The national rail network is called RENFE. There are high-speed and long-distance services. The AVE, for example, runs on the Madrid-Cordoba-Seville route. Madrid to Seville takes two-and-a-half hours.

Flying around Spain is a good option too, and the tourist website states that Air Europa, Iberia and Spanair offer air passes or coupon programmes for some travellers.

Other Spanish airlines include:
Air Nostrum, Binter Canarias and Vueling, a cheery low-cost with regular promotions.

Renting a car gives you the freedom to see as much of Spain as you like. All the major car rental companies have desks at the major airports. Check your airline website to see if it offers preferential rental rates. Booking in advance can offer great savings.

What is good to know if travelling to Spain?

  • On the Costa Blanca, stop at Torrevieja. The town, popular with ex-pat Europeans, is about 30 kilometres south of Alicante. Torrevieja takes its name from the Old Tower and is famous for the area’s salt lakes. The town has a salt museum, lively fish market and working harbour.
  • Barcelona – in late winter and early spring the Catalans enjoy calcotades – a different kind of BBQ. Calcots are a kind of spring onion that ripens at this time of year. After grilling, peel off the burnt skin, dip in romesco sauce and eat. Rumour has it that part of the fun is rubbing the black ash into your neighbor’s face.
  • Fuerteventura – for a day away from the beach chair, the Islote de Lobos Nature Reserve offers the chance to see birds and plants not found anywhere else in the world. The reserve is a short boat trip from Corralejo.
  • Majorca – Palma. The Coves del Drac (the Dragon Caves) on the edge of Porto Cristo is one of Majorca’s largest tourist attractions. The caves were discovered in 1896 and have bizarre stalactite formations. After the tour, visitors can return by boat across the lake to the exit.
  • A 1950s art colony and 1960s hippie haven, Ibiza is known for its hedonistic resorts, fine beaches, and electric nightlife. The crowd is cosmopolitan — chic, gay, and middle class visitors, mostly from Europe, the US, and Australia. The town and inner island are interesting and have some quiet corners, but most visitors are here for the anything-goes nightlife.
  • Valencia may appear modern and industrial, but look again. The heart of the city has renowned museums, art collections, and beaches. Valencia is where paella was created, El Cid fought the Moors, and the wild spring festival Las Fallas is held. The nightlife in summer is a beach party at open-air discos and in winter bar crawling in the historic district.
  • Trivago is a useful website for user recommendations of accommodation in Spain. The site includes information on all the main cities and resorts, including hotels in Barcelona, the Costa Blanca and Palma de Majorca.
  • Thinking of buying a holiday home in Spain? Read our Buying Homes Abroad guide before making your big decision.

Related info for your journey

  • When is the best time to fly to Spain?

    May, June and September are the best months to visit Spain although the country is blessed with sunny weather almost all year round. In the south, add April and October to the list. At these times you can expect sunshine, but not overbearing heat. An added bonus is that, by avoiding July and August, you will miss the hordes of tourists. Peak season: July and August are the height of the tourist season and Spain flights and holidays can be expensive. Early summer and into autumn are also popular. Spain is very popular with families so prices will be higher during school holidays and half-term breaks. Off season: There really isn’t a bad time to visit Spain, but the winter months (November to February) can be cold and rainy and the country gets its share of snow too.

  • Can I find cheaper flights to Spain if I am willing to have stopovers?

    Yes, flights with stopovers are often cheaper than direct flights. Keep an eye out for flight deals to Spain on Cheapflights that require 1 or 2 stops for potential cost savings.

  • What is the best airline to fly to Spain?

    Based on reviews from Cheapflights users, SWISS is rated the highest out of the airlines that fly to Spain.

  • What is the cheapest airport to fly to in Spain?

    Madrid Barajas Airport is currently the cheapest airport to fly to in Spain. One-way flights to Madrid Barajas Airport typically cost HK$77, while return flights cost around HK$228.

  • How much is a return flight to Spain?

    A return flight to Spain will typically cost around HK$938, however they can be found for as little as HK$43.

  • Where does the fastest flight to Spain depart from?

    For those looking to save time traveling to Spain, Hong Kong offers the quickest one-way flight (14 hours 5 minutes).

  • Does Madrid Barajas Airport have rental cars?

    Yes. Those touching down at Madrid Barajas Airport can take advantage of the car hire services offered upon their arrival.

  • Are there hotels close to Madrid Barajas Airport?

    Yes. Madrid Barajas Airport has hotels nearby for those requiring accommodations. Hostelfly is the closest property to Madrid Barajas Airport (0.0 km away from Madrid Barajas Airport).

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