Classification of Spanish airports

    • Level 1 airports (Non-coordinated)

    Airports whose airport capacity is adequate to meet the transport demand of airlines.

    • Level 2 Airports (Facilitated Timetables)

    Airports whose transport demand from airlines is close to their airport capacity and where there is a potential risk of saturation in some slots or periods. Voluntary cooperation between airlines may be necessary at these airports, and there is the role of the Schedule Facilitator to arrange and facilitate the necessary program adjustments to avoid congestion.

    A Coruña, Almería, Asturias, Girona — Costa Brava, FG.L. Granada — Jaén, Ibiza (Winter Season), Jerez, La Palma, Menorca (Winter Season), Murcia — San Javier, Pamplona, Reus, San Sebastián, Santander, Seville and Tenerife Norte

    • Level 3 airports (Coordinated)

    Airports whose transport demand from airlines exceeds their airport capacity for significant periods of time and it is impossible to resolve this situation in the short term. In these airports there is the figure of the Coordinator of Time Strips and it is mandatory for any air operator, in order to land or take off at the airport, to have an authorised slot by that Coordinator (except for State flights, emergency landings and humanitarian flights).

    Alicante — Elche, Barcelona — El Prat, Bilbao, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, Ibiza (Summer Season), Lanzarote, Adolfo Suárez Madrid — Barajas, Málaga — Costa del Sol, Menorca (Summer Season), Palma de Mallorca, Tenerife Sur and Valencia

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