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Madrid Airport Informational Guide to Madrid Barajas Airport - MAD - Non Official

Madrid Airport Terminals

Madrid Airport consists of 4 passenger Terminals. Terminals are located within the same terminal building facilities, transferring to each other turns to be really easy.

On the other hand, Terminal 4 is located far away from Terminals 1, 2 and 3 (about 2 km) and is split into two buildings: T4 and T4S, connected through an automatic underground train.

Terminal 1

Madrid Airport Terminal 1 serves mainly International flights operated by Lufthansa, Air Europe, Air France and Easyjet, among others.

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Terminal 2

Madrid Airport Terminal 2 hosts flights to Europe (within Schengen), along with some intercontinental services.

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Terminal 3

Madrid Airport Terminal 3 is the former North Dock (Dique Norte), which stands for an integrated building to Terminal 2, being only a check-in area, currently not operating as an independent terminal.

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Terminal 4 and 4S

Madrid Airport Terminal 4 hosts International flights within the Schengen area while Satellite Terminal T4S is home of non-Schengen international services.

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Transfer between terminals

Free shuttle buses links all terminals, see the frequency below:

- 06:30 am to 11:30 pm (every 5 minutes)
- 11:30 pm to 01:50 am (every 20 minutes)
- 01:50 am to 06:30 am (every 40 minutes)

On the other hand, Terminal 4 is connected to the other terminals, as well as the satellite terminal T4S, by an underground train.