Granada Airport

Discussion in 'Pozzo's Place' started by Bwood_Horn, Jul 17, 2013.

  1. Bwood_Horn

    Bwood_Horn Squad Player


    Watching BBC's Top Gear (AKA "Three Oafs") I saw they were filming in Granada's new airport (open 25th July). It looks like there will be direct flights from London City - any news of a Spanish Budget airline that will be operting from there?
    Last edited: Jul 17, 2013
  2. Godfather

    Godfather bricklayer extraordinaire

    From the city airport you can forget budget airlines
  3. rojiblancohorizontal

    rojiblancohorizontal First Year Pro

    Top Gear was on Granada!! And i didn't knew! :doh:

    Yeah, there will be London-Granada conects, maybe with Iberia.
  4. nisman94

    nisman94 International Man of Mystery

    Yeah it's only BA (via City Flyer) so it'll definitely not be cheap.

    Edit: Just looked it up and the cheapest one-way for an adult is £240!!! That only applies for certain days and certain times using BA CityFlyer for a flight directly to Granada. Otherwise you'll be flying to Madrid and connect to a flight to Granada which'll cost you £600 odd one-way. Rather just go to Malaga and then drive to Granada from there
  5. UEA_Hornet

    UEA_Hornet First Team Captain

    I'm pretty sure that airport in Top Gear wasn't Granada...
  6. Bwood_Horn

    Bwood_Horn Squad Player

    Well they made a quip that they would be spending the night in Granada and " morning..." they "...found..." a "...newly built abandoned..." airport "...10 minutes..." from where they were staying so I think my educated guess is probably correct.

    Is this good enough for the forum Faktnazis?
  7. Grrwood

    Grrwood Reservist

    I'm pretty sure that they said that the airport was something like three years old and had to close because it went bust?
  8. UEA_Hornet

    UEA_Hornet First Team Captain

    I think you've been duped by Top Gear's editing. The airport on there last week is about 200km from Granada so nothing to do with our footballing friends.
  9. Bwood_Horn

    Bwood_Horn Squad Player

    Care to enlighten me with its name - in case it turns up in a pub quiz question?
  10. wfcmoog

    wfcmoog Tinpot

    Anyone can edit Top Gear
  11. scummybear

    scummybear Reservist

  12. CarlosKickaballs

    CarlosKickaballs Forum Picarso

  13. hornmeister

    hornmeister Administrator Staff Member

    Can Boris not just buy this one cheap and ship it over to Essex?
  14. Bwood_Horn

    Bwood_Horn Squad Player


    My mate and I were discussing going over to Granada to see a game - a couple of questions and the reason I'm asking is that neither of us speak much Spanish:

    1. It looks like it will be a flight to Malaga (it's so cheap) but looking here it looks like we can get a bus from the airport to Granada - this thing is in that list there seems to be a lot of Granada stops, which one would we want?

    2. Can someone please point me to a fixture list for Granada? Also what's the routine for buying tickets do we need a fan ID?

  15. Prentice

    Prentice Administrator

    Why are all the advertisements, lights and screens on? What a waste of electricty
  16. rojiblancohorizontal

    rojiblancohorizontal First Year Pro

    We have so many ghost airports in Spain. Great tracks for races lol
  17. 99mph

    99mph 4th Prediction league 2011/12

  18. Bwood_Horn

    Bwood_Horn Squad Player


    Cheers brother, that's much better than the one I found (mine ended on february 2014).

    I've also discovered that buying tickets is through ATM's or the 'net. Exact times for KOs are given around about a week before the match.

    I'm aiming to make the match against Osasuna on 19th Jan (2014). For those interested the 'rough' figures I've got are:

    Flights Scumland - Malaga - £90 (about £45 each way, Monarch but they fly a much reduced service Thurs in, Sun out)
    Accomodation 3 nights B&B in a city centre hostel (Granada) - £60
    Bus from airport to Granada rtn - e26.

    This is looking to be "about" the same cost as attending a 'Top' :sick1: London premiershyte match.

    EDIT: I was also toying with the idea of visiting an old Gibraltarian friend of mine as it's not a million miles away - but as our friends from South Oxhey would say "Fuq dat!".
    Last edited: Aug 12, 2013

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