Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport, opened on April 22, 1931, is the most important in Spain and one of the largest and busiest in the continent. It operates with domestic and international flights to destinations around the world.
Official Website: aena.es
Number of Terminals - 4 - Terminals 1, 2, 3 and 4, open 24 hours a day and connected to each other through a courtesy shuttle bus every 5-20 minutes (the entire trip takes 10-15 min.) In addition, an automated underground train (APM) links Terminal 4 with its satellite building, with a journey of 3 min. T1 - Gates A, B, C (for international destinations, many of them intercontinental, as well as several low-cost flights) Aerolíneas Argentinas, EasyJet, Aeroflot, Ryanair, Air Europa, Air Canada, Air China, AeroMexico. T2 - Gates C and D (for domestic destinations and most european countries). T3 - Gates E and F. T4 - Gates H, J, K (domestic and international flights from Iberia and other international companies, plus some low-cost flights) and airlines with intercontinental destinations.
Annual passenger traffic: More than 46.8 million passengers went through it in 2015.
Tel: +34 902 404 704 / 913 211 000. There are numerous information counters throughout terminals 1, 2 and 4 and touch screens in Terminal 4. Volunteers in green uniforms provide aid and assistance for travellers. Tourist offices on the ground floor of terminals 1, 2 and 4 (Tel +34 902 100 007 / 915 881 636).