|Madrid International Airport|
Madrid-Barajas Airport is informally known as Madrid International Airport. This airport serves Madrid and is one of the major aviation hub in Europe to Latin America. The airport is a service provider since 1928 and is situated at a very short distance of 9 km from Madrid. Since 2008, this airport served around 1000 international as well as domestic airlines throughout the world. Barajas is one of the major gateway to Iberian Peninsula. This airport is also a primary hub for Iberia and this place holds around 60% of traffic of Barajas.The airport is one of the busiest airports airports in the world in term of passenger traffic.
Madrid-Barajas Airport is one of the largest in Spain. This airport comprises of 4 terminal building and dual runway. The new terminal buildings at this airport are built excellently with the maximum daylight as the key feature. Terminal 4 and 4S serves international passengers. It is constructed by very popular architect Antonio Lamela and Richard Rogers. Terminal 1,2,3 are attached with one another and Terminal 4 is divided in two sections one being the satellite building. A transit bus provides free service between the runways in every 5 minutes. There is a dedicated rail link between the terminal 4 and the satellite building. Also terminal 2 and 4 have a metro link to the entire city in Spain.
Madrid-Barajas Airport is one of the most modern airport with magnificent interiors and exteriors. The airport was also voted as the best airport in 2008 by Condé Nast Traveller Reader Awards. Terminal 4 of this airport is one of the largest terminal in the world in terms of the coverage area of more than 8 million sq.ft.