Terminal 2 at Barcelona airport reopens
Few flights and passengers as operations resume after four months
Barcelona – El Prat airport saw the reopening of Terminal 2 on Friday, which was closed since the end of March due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Things are far from back to normal, however, with access to facilities restricted and much fewer flights than would usually be the case.
Any other year on July 24, close to a thousand flights would be expected at the airport, compared to the approximately 350 this Friday.
Ryanair, EasyJet, Wizz Air, Transavia, Air Baltic, Air Moldova, Pegasus Airlines and Volotea all return to Terminal 2, having temporarily transferred to Terminal 1 on March 26.
With the reopening of T2, which happened a week earlier than originally planned, the free shuttle bus service linking the two terminals has also resumed.
Most shops and eateries in Terminal 2 remain closed for now.