airports in Madrid - Madrid airport Spain


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Altogether, there are three airports in Madrid, but you'll probably only use the main, international one - Barajas Airport.

The other two airports are Madrid Torrejon and Madrid Cuatro Vientos.

Further down this page, you'll find lists of main flights from the UK to Madrid Airport.

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Those of you traveling from the UK and Ireland may be interested in the following graph, which shows the main airline companies flying to Madrid Barajas Airport ...


Aberdeen British Airways
Belfast British Airways
Bristol Easyjet
Dublin Aer Lingus, British Airways, Ryanair
East Midlands Ryanair
Edinburgh British Airways
Glasgow British Airways
Liverpool Easyjet
London Gatwick Avro, British Airways, Easyjet, Excel, Monarch, Thomsonfly
London Heathrow bmibaby
London Luton Avro, Easyjet, Monarch, Thomsonfly
Manchester Avro, British Airways
Newcastle British Airways
Shannon Ryanair



Madrid International Airport Information


Madrid Barajas Airport
28042 Madrid
Airport Code: MAD
Tel: (+ 34) 913 936 000

Madrid's Barajas Airport is located 13 kilometres north-east of Madrid.

For up-to-date information about arrivals, departures, and parking, please check out www.aena.es

Madrid Airport Transportation

Taxis

Taxis await outside each terminal, the fare into Madrid city centre costing around 25-35 euros.

Buses

You'll find airport buses running regularly from every terminal to Madrid city centre.

You can check out bus times at www.alsa.es

Metro

Check out Metro Line 8 - on the first floor of Terminal 2 - which links the airport with Madrid centre and Atorcha Railway Station.

Madrid Train

High-speed trains don't leave direct from Barajas Airport ... so take the Metro to Atorcha Railway Station.


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