This is a list of airlines of Spain. The list includes only airlines having an Air Operator Certificate issued by the Civil Aviation Authority of Spain.
|Air Europa Express||UX||OVA||Aeronova||1996/2016||At the beginning of 2016, Air Europa bought Aeronova as a low-cost subsidiary, renaming it Air Europa Express (not to be confused with the already dissolved Air Europa Express (1996)).|
|Air Nostrum||YW||ANE||NOSTRUM AIR||1994||Regional franchise of Iberia.|
|Iberia Express||I2||IBS||IBEREXPRES||2012||Low-cost branch of Iberia (airline).|
|Plus Ultra Líneas Aéreas||PU||PUE||SPANISH||2012|
|Wamos Air||EB||PLM||PULMANTUR||2003||Formerly called Pullmantur Air.|
|Executive Airlines (Spain)||EXU||SACAIR|
|Gowair Vacation Airlines||G6||GWR||LEMON||2017|
|Helicópteros del Sureste|
|Mayoral Executive Jet||MYO||MAYORAL||1985|
|Thomas Cook Airlines Balearics||H5||CTB||SUNNYHEART||2018|
Iberia, legally incorporated as Iberia, Líneas Aéreas de España, S.A. Operadora, Sociedad Unipersonal, is the flag carrier airline of Spain, founded in 1927. Based in Madrid, it operates an international network of services from its main base of Madrid-Barajas Airport. Iberia, with Iberia Regional and with Iberia Express, is a part of International Airlines Group. In addition to transporting passengers and freight, Iberia Group carries out related activities, such as aircraft maintenance, handling in airports, IT systems and in-flight catering. Iberia Group airlines fly to over 109 destinations in 39 countries, and a further 90 destinations through code-sharing agreements with other airlines.
Spanair S.A. was a Spanish airline, with its head office in the Spanair Building in L'Hospitalet de Llobregat, near Barcelona. It was, until 2009 a subsidiary of the SAS Group; the same parent company in control of Scandinavian Airlines and held slightly under 20% of the company. Spanair provided a scheduled passenger network within Spain and Europe, with an extension to West Africa. Worldwide charters were also flown for tour companies. Its main hub was Barcelona El Prat Airport, with focus cities at Madrid-Barajas Airport and Palma de Mallorca Airport. The airline had 3,161 employees and was a Star Alliance member from 2003 until its demise.
Air Europa Líneas Aéreas, S.A.U., branded as Air Europa is the third-largest Spanish airline after Iberia and Vueling. The airline is headquartered in Llucmajor, Spain, and has its main hub at Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport with secondary focus cities at Palma de Mallorca Airport and Tenerife North Airport.
Vueling Airlines, S.A. is a Spanish low cost airline based at El Prat de Llobregat in Greater Barcelona with hubs in Barcelona–El Prat Airport and Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino Airport in Rome, Italy. It is the largest airline in Spain, measured by fleet size and number of destinations. Vueling serves over 100 destinations in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. In 2015, the airline carried more than 24 million passengers, with a load factor of 81%.
Air Nostrum, legally incorporated as Air Nostrum, Líneas Aéreas del Mediterráneo, S.A., is a Spanish regional airline based in Valencia.
Air Andalucia was a low-cost airline based in Granada, Spain. It was a start-up airline intending to operate domestic services, as well as services to Europe. Its main base was Federico García Lorca Airport, Granada.
Interjet, also known as Interjet Airlines, is a Mexican value carrier headquartered in Mexico City, and Mexico's third largest airline after Aeroméxico and Volaris. The airline operates scheduled flights to and from various destinations within Mexico, as well as to and from the Caribbean, Central America, North America, and South America.
Bravo Airlines was an airline based in Madrid, Spain operating long-haul passenger and cargo services between Europe and Africa. Its main base was Madrid Barajas International Airport.
Orionair was a charter airline based in Valencia, Spain.
Gadair European Airlines was an airline based in Madrid, Spain. It was operating aircraft on ACMI leases for services to five continents. A number of changes of plan have been made, including a switch to Bahrain as the main hub.
Viva Air was an airline from Spain that operated during the 1980s and 1990s.
Pronair was a charter airline based in Albacete, Spain.
International Consolidated Airlines Group, S.A., often shortened to IAG, is an Anglo-Spanish multinational airline holding company with its registered office in Madrid, Spain and its operational headquarters in London, UK. It was formed in January 2011 after a merger agreement between British Airways and Iberia, the flag carrier airlines of the UK and Spain respectively. As British Airways was the larger company, those holding shares in British Airways at the time of the merger were given 55% of the shares in the new, merged company. British Airways and Iberia ceased to be independent companies and instead became 100% owned subsidiaries of IAG. It is the sixth-largest airline company in the world, producing €24.406 billion revenue in 2018. The company is listed on the London Stock Exchange and the Madrid Stock Exchange. It is a constituent of the FTSE 100 Index and IBEX 35 Index.
LAPE, Spanish Postal Airlines(Líneas Aéreas Postales Españolas), was the Spanish national airline during the Second Spanish Republic.