Barcelona Airport - El Prat, which was formerly known as Barcelona Airport (IATA Code: BCN and ICAO: LEBL) is situated 12 km southwest of the Catalan capital, located in the municipality of El Prat de Llobregat and is the largest airport and with most traffic in Catalonia, besides being Spain's second in traffic after the Airport Madrid-Barajas.
In 2010, overall traffic reached 29,209,595 passengers and provided a 6.5% increase over the previous year.
The airport has three runways for landing and takeoff. With three terminals, the T1, formerly called the South Terminal is the largest and newest, as it was inaugurated in mid-2009, Barcelona Airport can operate 90 flights per hour instead of the previous 62.
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The T2 was built with the arrival of the Olympic Games in Barcelona 92 and is divided into T2A, T2B, and T2C. Finally, the Terminal Satellite or T1s is scheduled for 2012 and will accommodate 15 million passengers per year.
Despite the distance from the city of Barcelona the airport has an effective communication by road, bus, taxi, train, and currently is under construction a new a subway.
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