All the operations are located at terminal T1 and Terminal T4

All the operations of the Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport are located at terminal T1 and Terminal T4.

Acess to the terminal building is forbidden for anyone is not travelling. Only passengers with boarding card and people accompanying passengers with reduced mobility or minors can access the departure and arrival terminals.

Travel restrictions in some areas in the Region of Madrid. If your travel to or from the airport must take place during a time with restrictions on mobility, it is important that you keep the documentation of your flight to be able to justify this travel to the authorities.

  • Check in. Terminal T4, departures. floor 2 and Terminal T1, departures, floor 1.
  • Arrivals. Terminal T4, floor 0, hall 10 and Terminal T1, floor 0, halls 1 and 2.
  • Air Europa, Aeromexico and Etihad operate at Terminal T4.
  • Commercial services. Terminal T4 check in area: available the pharmacy, the shops Enrique Tomás, the Casa de las Carcasas and one Global Exchange currency exchange office. Terminal T4 boarding area: available the  Botiquin-pharmacy the eateries Paul, Enrique Tomás, Café Pans, McDonald’s, Mama Campo, MQM and Eat and the shops Madrid Duty Free, Enrique Tomás, WHSmith (central, north and south), Express Duty Free (north and south), La Casa de las Carcasas, Loewe, Max Mara, Sibarium, Sunglass Hut, Naïve, Tech&Fly, El Ganso, Collection, Victoria's Secret, Boss and Mr. Blue and the Global Exchange currency exchange office. Terminal T1 boarding area: available the eateries Paul and Lavazza and the shops tiendas Hudson y Madrid Duty Free. Terminal T1, arrivals area: available the pharmacy and the tobbacconist’s (outside the terminal). T4 Satellite, boarding area: available the Madrid Duty Free and WHSmith shops (gates S), the Enrique Tomás eatery and the Global Exange office for currency  exchange and VAT refund. T2, check-in area: available the pharmacy. 
  • Car park. Modules C, D, E and F of P4 (T4), modules B and C of P2 (T2), the P1 (T1), express car park T1 and arrivals express car park T2 are open. Modules A1, A2P, A2, A3 and A4. remain open in freight zone.


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The Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez airport has the greatest volume of passenger traffic in the Aena network and the fourth highest in the EU. In this ranking, Barcelona-El Prat airport comes in at fifth. A further five Spanish airports register traffic of over 10 million passenger: Palma de Mallorca, Málaga-Costa del Sol, Alicante-Elche, Gran Canaria and Tenerife Sur.