Spanair S.A. (better known simply as Spanair) is based in Palma de Mallorca, Spain, but Palma’s Son Sant Joan International Airport is only considered a focus city. Spanair’s main hubs are Barajas International Airport in Madrid and El Prat International Airport in Barcelona. Tenerife North Airport is a second focus city. Spanair is a subsidiary of Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) and flies to more than 25 destinations throughout Europe and into West Africa.

Spanair is a member of the Star Alliance airline alliance. The airline’s fleet is primarily made up of Airbus aircraft, though there are several McDonnell Douglas airplanes in the fleet as well. In Ireland, Spanair services only the Dublin airport, and connects to the Spanish resort areas of Gran Canaria, Lanzarote and Malaga.

If you are coming from or going to other areas, you’re best bet is to opt for a different airline, or plan to take the train from one of Spanair’s airports to your final destination.  Compare the cost of doing that with booking your flight on another airline that does connect your origin and final destination. The base price of the flight may be more, but the overall cost of your journey could be lower.