Airports in Madrid
The busiest airport in Spain, Madrid Barajas Airport is conveniently located just 5.6 miles (9km) from Madrid's financial district. Ample public transport links, including buses and trains, make it easy to get into Madrid from Barajas Airport.
The facility is huge, processing a whopping 49 million passengers each year. Flights to Madrid Barajas Airport come in from all over the world, including destinations like Dublin, Moscow, Athens, Mexico City, Buenos Aires, Cancun, London, Paris, Toronto, New York, Miami, Havana, Cairo, Tel Aviv, Amman, Bangkok, Seoul and Beijing.
Madrid Barajas Airport is an environmentally-conscious facility, operating several ongoing awareness programmes for both employees and passengers. Large domes in the roof allow plenty of natural light in, alleviating travel fatigue for weary passengers on long-haul flights. A good selection of restaurants and a world-class shopping area also contribute to making Madrid Barajas Airport a pleasure to travel through.
Madrid airport is located eight miles (13km) from the city centre.
Getting to the city
RENFE has service to the airport, running to Terminal 4. Trains run daily, linking to the city and stations connected to the main rail network. The airport is served by regular EMT and intercity buses, as well as the Metro system and local taxis. Madrid Barajas Airport is about a half-hour drive from the centre of Madrid.
GMT +1 (GMT +2 between the last Sunday in March and the last Sunday in October).
Tel: +34 (0)91 393 60 00.
Madrid Barajas Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.
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