Madrid Airport Arrivals

MAD arrivals today

Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport
Llegadas Aeropuerto Madrid

Address: Avenida de la Hispanidad s / n, 28042 Madrid, Spain
IATA airport code: MAD
ICAO airport code: LEMD
Alias: Adolfo Suárez Madrid Barajas Airport and Madrid Airport

About Madrid Barajas International Airport Arrivals

Growing to over 60 million passengers, there are plans to increase the maximum capacity from 70 to 80 million. In the long term, this will increase the competition with Heathrow Airport which serves over 80 million. With 42 million passengers Madrid arrivals in 2014, this has grown to 62 million in 2019. Madrid airport arrivals mainly came from Barcelona Airport which are accounted for 2.5 million people, mostly transported by Air Europa, Iberia and Vueling. Iberia is also the main supplier of Madrid airport with 16,529,613 passengers.

Flight routes

The most popular airplane routes are within Spain itself and especially the islands such as Palma de Mallorca, Gran Canaria, Tenerife and Ibiza. Most MAD arrivals from outside of Spain come from Lisbon, Portugal, followed by London LHR, Paris PSG, Rome Fiumicino and Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. The Madrid Barajas arrivals of cargo air transport has also grown significantly in recent years.

Madrid Barajas Airport Arrivals terminals
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  • Terminal 3MAD-arrivals-lobby-terminal-3
  • Terminal 2MAD-airport-arrivals-lobby-terminal-2
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Madrid Airport is the largest airport in Spain and is located on the northeast of the center of the city. The official name of Madrid airport is Adolfo Suárez Madrid Barajas Airport. It consists of 5 terminals for all Madrid Barajas arrivals: T1, T2, T3, T4 and T4S. T4 and T4S are in a different building and therefor shuttle buses run between the other terminals. Satellite Terminal T4S can be reached with the underground train from Terminal T4 in 3 minutes.

Which airline is at which terminal?

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Madrid Barajas Airport in Spain has one of the ten most interesting terminals (T4) in Europe:

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Airport Madrid (MAD), is a modern airport that’s 18 kilometers from the center of the city. Airport Madrid is in fifth place in Europe in terms of size. Every year there are more than 30 million passenger Madrid flight arrivals (60 million total) at this airport.

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Due to the corona virus in 2020, there were far fewer Madrid Airport arrivals than the year before. There was a decrease of 72.3 percent. In the end there were ‘only’ 17,112,389 passengers.
Easyjet was a popular airline at the airport. It mainly has Madrid arrivals from the U.K. Because the U.K. have left the EU, this may decrease. This also applies to Ryanair. Due to the crisis, there are far fewer international flights, but fortunately domestic flights continue to reasonably continue. Relatively flights were canceled.