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All of Spain’s airports share the user-friendly website and flight information telephone number of Aena, the Spanish national airport authority.
All seven Canary islands have airports. Tenerife, Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and, increasingly, La Palma absorb nearly all the direct international flights and those from mainland Spain, while the others are principally for inter-island hops.
The following main airports handle international flights:
Tenerife Norte (Los Rodeos) Handles just about all inter-island flights and most of those to the Spanish mainland.
Tenerife Sur (Reina Sofía) Handles the remaining scheduled flights, and virtually all charter flights to the island.
Gran Canaria Located 16km south of Las Palmas.
Lanzarote Located 6km southwest of the capital, Arrecife.
Fuerteventura Located 6km south of the capital, Puerto del Rosario.
Dozens of airlines, many of which you’ll never have heard of, fly into the Canary Islands; however, there are no non-stop flights from North America to the archipelago. There are direct flights to cities in Morocco, Senegal, Mauritania, Gambia and perhaps most interestingly, the Western Sahara, with Binter Canarias.