Madrid Airport, known fully as the Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport (more commonly just Madrid-Barajas) is the busiest airport in Spain and the largest by size in Europe. Built in 1928, Madrid-Barajas is within the capital's boundaries, just 9km from the CBD and 13km from the historical centre.
The airport is arranged into four main terminals, plus a smaller satellite terminal for T4.
T1 is the main terminal and is used by most international airlines. T2 is set aside for domestic flights and for some flights within the Schengen zone. T3 and T4 are used for Iberia and Air Nostrum flights, with T3 handling flights to and from France and Portugal and T4 looking after other Iberia flights, plus oneworld check-ins.
ATMs can be found in terminals 2 and 4, while currency exchange booths are in all four. Tourist information offices are open between 9am and 8pm in terminals 1, 2 and 4.
While terminals 1, 2 and 3 are fairly close together, Terminal 4 is around 4km to the north. A free shuttle bus connects T4 to the other three terminals.
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Please note: all information is correct as of September, 2016.