Airports in Spain are ghost towns

The public sector in Spain has been slammed for reckless public spending which is contributing to the country’s financial woes after it emerged up to 30 of the 47 state-run airports only deal with as few as 100,000 passengers per year.

One airport – Badajoz, near the Portuguese border – saw its last commercial flight take off in January.

So if you are going to Spain make sure that there is an airport to arrive to since there will be airport-closing-season for Spain this year.

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