Madrid Barajas International Airport
Adress: Av de la Hispanidad, s/n, 28042 Madrid, Spain
IATA Airport code: MAD
ICAO Airport code: LEMD
Alias: Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas Airport
Spain’s largest airport and world’s 4th most extensive, Madrid Airport is also called Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport. It serves over fifty million passengers per year with its four terminal buildings. Opened in 1928 this airport is a vital point of entry for visitors visiting Spain.
This is the main link between Latin America and Europe and serves as the gateway to the Iberian Peninsula. It works for not just the rest of the west but also for the world as well. Madrid airport is located in the Barajas area about twelve km away from the city center.
Madrid Barajas Airport Parking
This Airport provides different parking choices, of which P4, P2, P1 long-stay, and low cost are the most critical ones. All of these parking spaces are divided into three different pricing categories, from expensive to economical. The free transit bus service also takes the passengers from long-stay and low-cost parking lots to the top of the airport.
The terminal also provides VIP car park (T4, T2, and T1), First class car park (P4) and priority car park (T2) which are available at higher price points. Passengers can either be picked up or dropped off at the Express car Park (T2, T1).
Terminal 4 – P4 (T4)
This is the latest building block for parking with six modules and nine thousand parking spaces. The automated sign system guides the drivers to park. Tickets can be collected from the twenty mechanical payment machines or two staffed payment desks.
Terminal 1 – P1 (T1)
This is an open-air parking place in front of the terminal-1 and is resides fifteen mechanical payment machines. Seven of which are for card payments only and one is also available for the disabled. The tickets must be collected before boarding on to the Madrid Barajas Airport.
Terminal 2 and 3 -P2
Four thousand six hundred locations and multi-module parking facility can be availed here in this parking place. The facility is attached to the passenger terminals by a corridor from the first floor. The payment machines are also available on the first floor of the first seven-story building and close to the newly built module E.
Long Stay Parking
This parking lot is considerably away from the terminal, and a shuttle bus takes passengers to the terminals between 7:30 to midnight. And has a capacity of housing 1655 vehicles.
Terminal 2 – Express car park
For a small stay, this car park serves drivers who want to mark for thirty minutes or less, and it is located close to Terminal 2 arrivals.
VIP Parking Terminal 4
This parking provides valet parking service, and the attendants can meet with the passengers and the drivers at the designated spots within the P4 parking garage. Other services, like precise cleaning, are also accessible.
VIP parking Terminal 2 and 1
Valet parking is accessible, and attendants will meet driver and passengers at designated straight outside the terminals. Further services such as car cleaning are available.