This Barcelona Airport Departures page provides real-time information on all International and Domestic flights leaving Barcelona El Prat Airport.
All you need to know is the Flight Number and Approximate Take-Off Time, in order to track Departures at Barcelona-El Prat Airport.
By default, the service provides predicted departure times in the current block of 3 hours (eg. 9.00 AM - 12.00 PM, 12.00 PM - 3.00 PM etc).
By using the selection box, you can access flight departure information from Barcelona Airport at other times of the day.
Barcelona-El Prat airport has two large terminal buildings - the new T1 and the older T2.
The terminals are some distance apart, so you should leave sufficient travelling time once you arrive at the airport.
Obviously, it's important to go to the right terminal - the information should be printed on your travel documents.
If you're arriving by taxi, most taxi drivers can take you to the correct terminal if they know which airline you're flying with.
If you're arriving by train, please bear in mind that the RENFE train station is at T2 and if you're flying out of T1, you'll have to take the shuttle bus.
This service is free but will add approximately 15 minutes to your travelling time.
Please consult our Barcelona Airport Transport page for more information.
The T1 check-in desks are situated in the enormous check-in hall.
As this is a modern building, they are very easy to find.
The Barcelona-Madrid Air Shuttle has its own space in the north dock of T1.
T2 is divided into three check-in areas: T2A, T2B and T2C.
T2 is Barcelona Airport's original terminal building and these were once separate terminals, so are some distance apart.
T2A and T2B are within easy walking distance of each other.
At the time of writing, EasyJet flights leave from T2C, which is a long walk or bus ride from T2A and T2B, so if you arrive late you could easily miss your flight.
The truth is that Barcelona Airport is pretty easy to get around and your boarding pass should indicate your boarding gate, or if not, the boarding zone or module, at least.
T1 has five boarding zones - A, B, C, D and E - whilst T2 has six boarding zones - M-0, M-1, M-2, M-3, M-4 and M-5.
These are accessed once inside the El Prat Airport Departures buildings after passing through the security checkpoints.
My personal recommendation is to get to the airport with plenty of time in hand, go through check and then have a coffee or something to eat in a bar close the departure gate.
That's what I always do, anyway!
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