The Federico Garcia Lorca airplane is a small international airport that serves the city and the Province of Pomegranate, in Andalusia. From the 2006 it was named after the famous poet and playwright of Granada. It is located about 17 kilometers west of Granada.
Rather small in size, it has a single track and a single terminal. In recent years, there is a passenger traffic of the order of 700.000 units. Numbers practically halved within 10 years due to the abandonment of the routes operated by RyanAir. Only one duty-free, it is present inside.
Here is the list of companies and direct connections with the Aeropuerto Federico Garcia Lorca:
Air Europa: Palma de Mallorca.
Air Nostrum: Madrid-Barajas.
British Airways: London City Airport.
Iberia: Madrid Barajas.
Vueling Airlines: Barcelona-El Prat, Palma de Mallorca.
EasyJet: London-Gatwick, Manchester, Milan-Malpensa.
At the exit, in front of the Terminal, is the bus station. The connection from the airport to the city is guaranteed by the company Consorcio de Transporte Metropolitano - Área de Granada. The bus makes all strategic stops, like Avenida de Andalucía, the Central Bus Station, Gran Vía de Colón e Paseo del Violón, near the Palacio de Congresos.
The full journey takes about 45 minutes. The bus is active every day, including Sundays and holidays. From Granada, from 05: 00 to 21: 45; from the airport, from the 06: 00 to the 23: 20. The frequency of the races is about an hour.
The ticket can be purchased directly on board the vehicle and costs 2,90 €. More info can be found on the official website, through this link.