Madrid Barajas Airport
28042 Madrid, Spain
Telefon: 902 404 704
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The airport is located 12km (8 miles) northeast of Madrid. Lufthansa is located in Terminal 2.
How to get there
From the M40 (ring road), go on the A2 (road to Barcelona) and take exit 12 to the M-14.
Information about parking possibilities at Madrid Barajas Airport
Access by public transport
EMT (Madrid Municipal Transport Company) (tel: 902 507 850; www.emtmadrid.es) runs regular public bus services between the airport and Madrid (Avenida de América station): bus 200 stops outside the baggage reclaim area of terminals 1 and 2, while bus 204 stops outside Arrivals at Terminal 4 (journey time: 30 minutes). Several intercity bus services also call at the airport.
Terravision (www.terravision.eu) offers shuttle bus services from Madrid Barajas Airport to the city centre (journey time 20-30 minutes: one-way fare €8).
Taxis are available from outside all terminals (journey time: 20-30 minutes; fare to city centre from about €20); passengers should make sure that the meter is turned on at the beginning of the journey. Passengers are advised not to accept any offers of taxis made inside the terminal building. Underground: The Madrid Metro Line (tel: 902 444 403; www.metromadrid.es) connects the airport with Madrid's city centre station Nuevos Ministerios in the heart of Madrid's financial district (journey time: 12 minutes; fare around €2). The Barajas line (no. 8) provides a fast route from the underground stations at terminals 2 and 4 into central Madrid. The Metro also provides links to stations on the Spanish railway network. There is a RENFE (Spanish Railways) office in the Arrivals area of T1 which provides information about, and sells tickets for, the national rail network.
Transport between Terminals:
Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport has a free bus service connecting terminals T1, T2, T3 and T4, 24 hours a day. The estimated travel time between T2 and T4 is 8 minutes.
The airport has over 22 information counters, located throughout the terminals, with a team of over 100 'Skycaps' on hand to assist passengers and provide information. Thereis also atourist information counter in Terminal 1.