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This is a list of defunct airlines of Spain .
|Airline||Image||IATA||ICAO||Callsign||Commenced operations||Ceased operations||Notes|
|AeBal-Spanair Link||1999||2008||Renamed Quantum Air|
|Air Comet||A7||MPD||RED COMET||1996||2009|
|Aeronova||UX||OVA||AERONOVA||1996||2015||Rebranded as Air Europa Express|
|Air Europa Express||UX||PMI||EUROPA||1996||2001|
|Air Madrid||NM||DRD||ALADA AIR||2003||2006|
|Air Plus Comet||1996||2007||Renamed Air Comet|
|Air Spain||JA||AIR SPAIN||1966||1975|
|Ándalus Líneas Aéreas||EA||ANU||ANDALUS||2008||2010||[ citation needed ]|
|ASL Airlines Spain||PV||PNR||SKYJET||1987||2018||Formerly called PAN Air.|
|Aviaco||AO||AYC||AVIACO||1948||1999||Merged with Iberia|
|Binter Mediterraneo||AX||BIM||1988||2001||Bought by Air Nostrum|
|Canarias Regional Air||FW||CNM||1998||2000|
|Cargosur||1987||1995||Merged with Iberia|
|CLASSA – Concesionaria de Líneas Aéreas Subvencionadas||CLASSA||1929||1931||Merged with LAPE|
|Clickair||XG||CLI||CLICKJET||2006||2009||Merged with Vueling|
|Euro First Air - Canarias Cargo||2000||2000||Cargo airline|
|FlySur||2008||2008||TAER Andalus was renamed Flysur in the last months of operation.|
|Futura International Airways||FH||FUA||FUTURA||1989||2008|
|Gadair European Airlines||GP||GDR||Gadair||2007||2009|
|Gestair Cargo||2007||2013||Renamed Cygnus Air for the second time.|
|Helitt Líneas Aéreas||H9||HTH||ALBORAN||2011||2014|
|Hispania Líneas Aéreas||HI||HSL||Sunbeam||1982||1989|
|Iberworld||TY||IWD||IBERWORLD||1998||2011||[ citation needed ]|
|Islas Airways||IF||ISW||PINTADERA||2003||2012||[ citation needed ]|
|Líneas Aéreas Canarias||L9||LCN||LAC||1985||1990||Bought by Meridiana Air|
|Líneas Aéreas Navarras||1994||1997|
|LTE International Airways||XO||LTE||FUN JET||1987||2008|
|Mint Airways||IM||MIC||MINT AIRWAYS||2009||2012|
|Navegacion y Servicios Aéreos Canarios||ZN||NAY||NAYSA||1969||2018||Merged into Binter Canarias|
|Oasis Airlines||OB||AAN||Oasis||1986||1996||[ citation needed ]|
|Orbest Orizonia Airlines||TY||IWD||IBERWORLD||2011||2013||[ citation needed ]|
|Plaza Servicios Aéreos||2006||2008|
|Quantum Air||QO||QTM||QUANTUM||2008||2010||Initially named Aerolíneas de Baleares|
|Rioja Airlines||Rioja Airlines||2007||2007|
|Saicus Air||FYA||2008||2010||Cargo airline|
|Sky Service Aviation||SKT||1992||2005||Merged with Gestair|
|South Atlantic Airways||HRC||2000||2001|
|Spantax||BX||BXS||SPANTAX||1959||1988||Merged into Spanair|
|TAE – Trabajos Aéreos y Enlaces||JK||TAE||1966||2000|
|TASSA – Trabajos Aéreos del Sahara||KI||TASSA||1961||1965|
|Thomas Cook Airlines Balearics||H5||CTB||SUNNYHEART||2017||2021|
|Unión Aérea Española||1925||1929||Merged with Concesionaria de Líneas Aéreas Subvencionadas (CLASSA)|
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.
Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport, commonly known as Madrid–Barajas Airport, is the main international airport serving Madrid in Spain. At 3,050 ha in area, it is the second-largest airport in Europe by physical size behind Paris–Charles de Gaulle Airport. In 2019, 61.8 million passengers travelled through Madrid–Barajas, making it the country's busiest airport as well as Europe's sixth-busiest.
Josep Tarradellas Barcelona–El Prat Airport, previously named Barcelona–El Prat and also known as El Prat Airport, is an international airport located 12 km (7.5 mi) southwest of the centre of Barcelona, lying in the municipalities of El Prat de Llobregat, Viladecans, and Sant Boi, in Catalonia, Spain, Europe. It has been named after a former President of the Generalitat of Catalonia, Josep Tarradellas, since 27 February 2019.
Mercedita International Airport is a public use international airport located three nautical miles (6 km) east of the central business district of Ponce, Puerto Rico. The airport covers 270 cuerdas of land and has one runway. It was inaugurated as an international airport on 1 November 1990. It was built with combined funds from the Municipality of Ponce and the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico.
Ministro Pistarini International Airport, also known as Ezeiza International Airport owing to its location in the Ezeiza Partido in Greater Buenos Aires, is an international airport 22 kilometres (14 mi) south-southwest of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, the capital city of Argentina. Covering 3,475 hectares it is one of three airports serving Buenos Aires and its metropolitan area, along with Aeroparque Jorge Newbery and El Palomar Airport. Pistarini Airport is the country's largest international airport by number of passengers handled—85% of international traffic—and is a hub for international flights of Aerolíneas Argentinas, which operates domestic services from the airport as well. It has been operated by Aeropuertos Argentina 2000 S.A. since 1998.
Jorge Newbery Airfield is an international airport 2 km (1.2 mi) northeast of downtown Buenos Aires, Argentina. The airport covers an area of 138 hectares and is operated by Aeropuertos Argentina 2000 S.A. It is located along the Río de la Plata, in the Palermo neighbourhood, and serves as the main hub for domestic flights in Argentina. Since March 2019, the only international flights it serves are to Uruguay.
LagunAir Líneas Aéreas, usually referred to simply as LagunAir, was an airline based in León, Spain. It operated scheduled domestic passenger services to 19 destinations on the Spanish mainland, and to Menorca, Majorca, and Ibiza. Its main base was León Airport and it maintained focus city operations at Valladolid Airport and Salamanca Airport, connecting the Castile and León regions with major Spanish destinations.
Rosario – Islas Malvinas International Airport, formerly known as Fisherton International Airport, is located 13 km (8.1 mi) west-northwest from the center of Rosario, a city in the Santa Fe Province of Argentina. The airport covers an area of 550 ha and is operated by the Province of Santa Fe.
Cygnus Air is a cargo airline based in Madrid, Spain. It is a privately owned airline operating scheduled flights to destinations mainly in Europe. Its main base is Madrid Barajas International Airport. Founded in 1994 as Regional Líneas Aéreas, it has undergone a number of name changes along its history.
Málaga Airport, officially Málaga–Costa del Sol Airport since June 2011, is the fourth busiest airport in Spain after Madrid–Barajas, Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca. It is an important airport for Spanish tourism as it is the main international airport serving the Costa del Sol. It is 8 km (5.0 mi) southwest of Málaga and 5 km (3.1 mi) north of Torremolinos. The airport has flight connections to over 60 countries worldwide, and over 14.4 million passengers passed through it in 2015. In 2017, 18.6 million passengers passed through Málaga Airport.
Vitoria Airport is an airport near Vitoria-Gasteiz, in the Basque Country of Spain. Located in the Foronda district, it is also called Foronda Airport. The airport has one terminal with 3 gates, 7 check-in counters and 16 stands for medium and light aircraft, and a 3,5 km long CAT II/III runway.
Pyrenair was a Spanish charter airline based in Huesca, Aragon.
FlySur was an airline based in Córdoba, Spain. Unable to overcome its financial difficulties the company ceased operations shortly after having begun.
Ándalus Líneas Aéreas also known as just Ándalus was a Spanish regional airline based in Málaga, Spain. It offered regular flights, charters and ad hoc transportation services aiming to attract tourist traffic to Andalucia and opening up new destinations for the community.
LAPE, Spanish Postal Airlines(Líneas Aéreas Postales Españolas), was the Spanish national airline during the Second Spanish Republic.
Melilla Airlines was a travel agent based in Melilla, Spain. Its HQ was Melilla Airport. In spite of the company's name, Melilla Airlines lacked a valid Air Operator Certificate. It was not a fully certified airline, but operated as a travel agent that re-sold flights from Aeronova.
Rioja Airlines was a Spanish charter airline based in La Rioja region.
Gestair is an aeronautical group based in Madrid, Spain. In 2008 it operated three business units, including air cargo.
Compañía de Líneas Aéreas Subvencionadas, meaning 'Subsidized Airlines Company', mostly known as CLASSA, was a Spanish airline based in Madrid, Spain.
Jumandy Airport is an airport serving Tena, Napo Province, Ecuador. It is 3 kilometres (1.9 mi) west of the village of Ahuano, and about 25 kilometres (16 mi) from Tena. It replaces Tena's Mayor Galo de la Torre Airport, which closed in 2001.
Andalus Airlines nació en mayo de 2008, tiene su sede operativa en Málaga y emplea a 80 trabajadores. (Andalus airlines was set up in May 2008, its operative base is in Málaga and it has 80 employees.)