All Your Questions About Aerobus Barcelona Answered
A. Aerobus Barcelona is a shuttle service that connects Barcelona airport with the city center.
A. The trip takes about 35 minutes, but depends on traffic as well.
A. Mask-wearing and social distancing between passengers is mandatory, common touchpoints are regularly cleaned and disinfected and online payments is recommended.
A. Yes, the Aerobus Barcelona runs all days, including public and national holidays.
A. An Aerobus departs every 5 minutes, which completely eliminates any waiting times.
A. There are two Barcelona Aerobuses. Visitors can opt for the bus based on the airport they are arriving at.
A. Currently, only one Aerobus line is operational, to and from terminal 1 of the Barcelona-El Prat Airport.
A. The shuttles are available at both terminals of the airport and will take you to Pl. Espanya, Gran Via Urgell, Pl. Universitat, or Pl. Catalunya.
A. Yes, the Aerobus Barcelona is equipped with ramps making it accessible to wheelchairs users.
A. Visitors can access free WiFi inside the Aerobus.
A. Aerobus Barcelona offers passengers free, wheelchair access, television and a USB installation to charge your phones.
A. Pets are allowed onboard the Aerobus. They must be carried in carrier boxes.
A. Aerobus Barcelona tickets are valid up to 6 months after the date of purchase and cannot be cancelled. Round-trip tickets are valid until 15 days after the date of travel.
A. Aerobus Barcelona tickets cannot be cancelled.
A. Barcelona Aerobus ticket prices start at €5,90 for a single ticket. It is €10,20 for a return ticket.
A. The best way to buy Aerobus Barcelona tickets is online.
A. Children under the age of 4 can travel on Aerobus Barcelona for free.
A. Children under the age of 4 can travel free of charge, as long as they are accompanied by an adult. Children above the age of 4 must pay for a full-price ticket.
A. No, you can simply display the PDF of your ticket on your mobile phone to the driver while boarding the Aerobus.
A. You will find an Aerobus departing every 5-10 minutes.
A. Aerobus Barcelona runs 365 days a year.
A. No, the Aerobus does not operate after 11 PM.
A. Aerobus 1 plies every 10 minutes from 5:35 AM to 7:20 AM, every 5 minutes between 7:30 AM to 10:20 PM, and every 10 minutes from 10:25 PM to 1:05 AM.
A. Aerobus 1 from Plaça de Catalunya (city center) to Terminal T1 runs every 10 minutes from 5 AM to 6:40 AM, every 5 minutes between 6: 50 AM to 9: 45 PM and every 10 minutes from 9:50 PM to 12:30 AM.
A. Aerobus 2 operates from 5:35 AM to 1 AM, with one departing every 10 minutes from T2.
A. You can board on a bus to T2 from Plaça de Catalunya between 5 AM to 12:30 AM. A bus departs every 10 minutes.
A. The Aerobus makes 4 stops in the Barcelona city centre: Plaça España, Gran Via Urgell, Pl. Universitat, and Pl. Catalunya.
A. The Aerobus makes a stop at Plaça de Catalunya (City Centre), Sepúlveda - Urgell and Plaça España before heading to T1 of the Airport.
On the way from the airport to Barcelona’s center, there are 4 stops: Plaça España, Gran Via - Urgell, Plaça Universitat and Plaça de Catalunya (City Centre).
A. When heading to the airport, there are a total of 4 stops, including the airport.
A. The Barcelona Aerobuses are categorized as Aerobus 1 and Aerobus 2 based on whether you are boarding the bus from, or heading to Terminal 1 (T1) or Terminal 2 (T2) of the Barcelona Airport.
A. The stops covered by both Barcelona Aerobuses are the same. The only difference is that they have different starting points. The A1 Aerobus starts from Airport, T1 and A2 Aerobus starts from Airport, T2.
A. Aerobus Barcelona has four stops: Plaça España, Gran Via - Urgell, Plaça Universitat and Plaça de Catalunya (City Centre).
A. Visitors can get on the bus at any of these three stops: Plaça de Catalunya, Sepulveda-Urgell or Plaça España.