Madrid Airport is located in the district of Barajas, on the plain of the valley of the River Jarama. It is one of three airports that exist in Spain's capital and largest airport in Spain.
Located 12km from the capital and opened in 1931, Madrid Airport is the busiest airport passengers nationwide, the fourth largest in Europe and eleventh in the world.
The connection to the different cities and airports of the peninsula is perfect.
Moreover, thanks to Iberia, the Madrid-Barajas airport has the largest number of flights to Latin America from Europe.
Madrid airport consists of four terminals: The T1 is used for international flights, the T2 covers domestic and European flights (Schengen) Regarding the T3 terminal, is used only by Lagun Air, the T4 is used for all flights Iberia flights airlines (Vueling, for example)
and the world's leading airlines (such as American Airlines, British Airways, Avianca, Lan, Japan Airlines, among others). The Airport of Madrid has no hotels inside the building, but in the surrounding areas may be several hotels usually have exclusive bus service to transport guests.
Madrid airport is well connected with major airports of the world from different continents.
Passengers from Madrid airport can easily fly to major European cities
If your destination is Spain, domestic flight options are Barcelona, Palma de Mallorca, Girona, Tenerife,..
South America is also connected to Madrid, being able to travel to several countries.