Most of the passenger traffic at Seville Airport is from Internal Spanish flights.
Ryanair operates flights from Dublin, London Gatwick and Stansted Airports.EasyJet also flys to and from Gatwick.
From Seville there are regular flights to a number of Spanish cities and islands including Barcelona, Madrid, Santiago, Bilbao and Valencia and Gran Canaria, Lanzarote, Palma de Mallorca and Tenerife North and South. The main airline for these flights is Air Nostrum LA Mediterraneo which is a subsidiary of the Spanish carrier Iberia.
There is one bus that runs into the centre of Seville which is just 10km away. It also stops at the main Santa Justa main line railway station. There is no rail link at the airport.
Seville a beautiful place to visit with its mix of Moorish architecture, 17th-century palaces and streets and passages full of shops and tapas bars. But try not to plan your visit for July, August or September as it is horendously hot and sticky being inland with no cooling sea breezes. And this is not the time to be walking around sightseeing.
The best way to get around the city centre is b bus or taxi, but if you are planning on seeing more of the area then renting a car is the best way to get to places off the tourist track and not be tied to public transport timetables.
By Linda Craik Google+