Madrid Barajas (MAD) Airport

Madrid Barajas MAD Airport Overview

Madrid Barajas International Airport MAD (which recently added 'Adolpho Suarez' to its name) is Spain's primary airport, serving its cpital city of Madrid and surrounding areas. It handles the majority of the country’s transatlantic flights to the Americas, and is a hub to worldwide connections.  Barajas International is one of three Madrid Airports (the Cuatro Vientos Airport serves mainly as general aviation airport and the Torrejon Airport - sharing civil and defense parts - is primarily for executive and private aviation.

MAD Airport is located in the district of Barajas, 9 km northeast of the financial center of Madrid - situated directly in the center of Spain. Getting to the Airport is quick and easy, due to recent upgrades to road links to each of the four passenger terminals, and access from all terminals to the Madrid Metro.  Barajas Airport is accessible from major motorways A1 (exit 17) to M12, or from A2 (exit 12 to M14).  From Madrid's ringroad M40, head onto A2 towards Barcelona, use exit 12 to the M14.

With four long runways and averging 45 million passengers per year, Madrid Barajas International is primary hub for Iberia and is served by a host of domestic and international, regular & low-fare airlines, offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe.

Madrid Barajas International Airport has four passenger terminals -T1, T2, T3 & T4.


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