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UPDATED 3/11/19: Maybe fake news? I cannot find some of the flights mentioned in the article (after prompting from a reader Stephen C).

The article here La Voz de Almería site has details of flights to and from Almería for winter 2019.

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The 8 new destinations at Almeria Airport for this winter

Airlines have scheduled 2,324 operations in the province this season

The airlines have offered 242,200 seats - between departures and arrivals - at Almeria Airport for this winter. The schedule for the new season reflects a provision of 194,860 places for connections to national destinations, while international ones are assigned 47,392.


Compared to the 2018-2019 season, there are eight new destinations, which are A Coruña, Asturias, Bilbao, León, Vigo, East Midlands, Warsaw and Dublin.

In total, the airlines have scheduled 2,324 operations for this period, and will maintain connections with 22 destinations - between regular and charter flights - at the Airport. Of these, ten will be nationals -A Coruña, Asturias (two flights), Barcelona, ​​Bilbao, León, Madrid, Melilla, Palma de Mallorca, Seville and Vigo-, and twelve international, which are Berlin -two flights-; London, Birmingham - four flights -, East Midlands - two flights - Manchester - six flights - Leeds - four flights; Newcastle -two flights-; Rotterdam -two flights-; Brussels, Luxembourg -a flight-; Warsaw -two flights-, and Dublin -four flights.


In absolute terms, the foreign markets with the most seats offered are the United Kingdom - about 36,300- and Belgium (8,654).


Andalusia

The airlines have programmed more than 11.6 million seats in the Aena airport network in Andalusia for the winter season, which starts next Sunday, October 27, and will be valid until the last weekend of March.

For airports, the one of Malaga-Costa del Sol stands out, with which the airlines have offered between Sunday 27 October and 28 March 2020 up to 6.8 million seats and 42,000 operations.

A total of 147 of the 181 routes that the Malaga airport will have this winter are links to European airports, among which, for the increase in the offer of seats, Italy, France, the Netherlands or Ireland, although the United Kingdom It is still the main market of this airport, monopolizing 45, one more than in the last winter season. The airlines have programmed more than 1.7 million seats with the British country.

By destinations, London remains at the forefront as the city with the most seats offered by airlines at Malaga Airport, which will connect with the British capital through 13 routes, one more than in the same period of the previous year.

The routes to the African continent also rise to five - two more, to Gambia and Cape Verde, although they are technical scales - and the volume of places with North America, to almost 30,000.

With regard to the places offered for operations between Spanish cities, the airlines have programmed more than 1,300,000 seats and 28 routes.


Seville airport

On the other hand, the airlines have offered 3.6 million seats - between departures and arrivals - at the Seville Airport for the winter season.

The number of places assigned to connections with destinations in the national territory totals 1,770,852. In the case of foreign destinations, the seats amount to 1,780,784, of which 1,706,318 will be for flights with Europe and 74,466 for those that connect with Morocco.

In absolute terms, the foreign markets with the highest provision of seats are France (391,104), Italy (349,236) and the United Kingdom (330,788).

In terms of operations, airlines have scheduled 21,600 for this period at Seville Airport. In addition, during the next five months, the airlines will maintain connections with 65 destinations -72 airports- in the Spanish aerodrome, of which 19 will be national and 46 international.

Specifically, as national airports are A Coruña, Alicante, Almería, Asturias, Barcelona, ​​Bilbao, Gran Canaria, Fuerteventura, Ibiza, Lanzarote, Madrid, Melilla, Palma de Mallorca, Santander, Santiago de Compostela, Tenerife North, Tenerife South, Valencia and Vitoria.

International airports include Germans from Frankfurt, Munich, Berlin, Cologne, Hamburg and Baden-Baden; the Italians of Bari, Bologna, Cagliari, Catania, Milan -Malpensa and Bergamo-, Pisa, Rome -Ciampino and Fiumicino-, Treviso, Venice and Naples; and the French of Marseille, Paris -Orly, Beauvais and Charles de Gaulle-, Bordeaux, Nantes, Nice, Toulouse and Lyon.

Also, Dublin airport, the Dutch of Amsterdam and Eindhoven; the British from Bristol, Edinburgh, London - Stansted, Luton and Gatwick - and Manchester; the Swiss of Basel, Geneva and Zurich; those of Brussels -Brussels and Charleroi-; the Portuguese from Lisbon and Porto, the Polish from Krakow, the Moroccans from Fez, Marrakech, Rabat and Tangier; the airports of Luxembourg and Malta; as well as those of Vienna (Austria), Stockholm (Sweden) and Budapest (Hungary).

Compared to the 2018-19 season, there are four new destinations, which are Melilla, Naples, Stockholm and Budapest.

FGL GRANADA-JAEN AIRPORT
On the other hand, the airlines have offered 634,800 seats at Federico García Lorca Airport (FGL) Granada-Jaén for this winter.

The places assigned to connections with foreign destinations amount to 123,486, while for national destinations there will be 511,292, so that 19% of the offer will be to cover the demand for foreign traffic.

In absolute terms, the foreign markets with the highest provision of seats are France (41,184) and Italy (37,572), and the airlines have scheduled 4,104 operations for that period at the FGL airport.

Over the next five months, the airlines will maintain regular connections with 15 destinations at the FGL Granada-Jaén Airport, of which seven will be national - Barcelona, ​​Bilbao, Gran Canaria, Madrid, Palma de Mallorca, Melilla and Tenerife - and eight international ; specifically, Berlin, Milan, Naples, Paris, Nantes, Bordeaux, London and Manchester.

Compared to the 2018-19 season, there are three new destinations, which are Melilla, Nantes and Bordeaux.


JEREZ AIRPORT
Likewise, the airlines have offered 350,440 seats at the Jerez de la Frontera Airport (Cádiz) for this winter. The places assigned to connections with national destinations exceed 275,500, while, in the case of foreign destinations, the seats total more than 74,900.

In absolute terms, the foreign markets with the highest provision of seats are Germany (46,700) and the United Kingdom (25,758), although the latter stands out by rate of increase, with 51.4% more seats.

In terms of operations, the airlines have scheduled about 2,000 for the period taken as a reference at Jerez Airport.

Over the next five months, airlines will maintain connections with 18 destinations at Jerez Airport. Five of those destinations will be national - Barcelona, ​​Bilbao, Madrid, Palma de Mallorca and Valencia - and 13 international; specifically, Cologne, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich and Stuttgart; London and Manchester -four flights-; Luxembourg -two flights-; Malta -two flights-; Milan - two flights - and Rome - four flights - as well as Brussels, with six flights.

With respect to the previous winter season, there are six new destinations, which are Valencia, Manchester, Luxembourg, Malta, Milan and Rome.