MAD Madrid Barajas AirportMadrid
Departures Arrivals Airlines Terminals Location Metro

Terminals 1, 2 and 3 are the older terminals. They are all right next to each other.

Terminal 4 Construction of terminal 4 was finished around 2006. The terminal is north of the older terminals and runways of the aiport. Terminal 4 has a satellite terminal and a new runway to the north was also added. It's quite a distance away from the other 3 terminals. Terminal 4 has it's own underground station.

While in 1998 the airport handled around 25 million passengers a year in 1998, traffic peaked in 2007 with over 52 million passengers. This thanks to the added terminal 4. It seems that the airport in 2009 has a capacity for even more passengers, up to 70 million. Which makes it of course the largest airport in Spain.

Terminals 1, 2 and 3 have easy access to the Madrid Metro. These are the older terminals. They are all right next to each other.

Construction on Terminal 4 was finished around 2006. It's quite a distance away from the other 3 terminals. Terminal 4 has it's own underground station.





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