Madrid Barajas airport will open only terminal T4 from April 1

The Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas airport will only keep Terminal 4 operational as of April 1 due to the reorganization of infrastructures that Aena is carrying out throughout its network in response to the decrease in traffic due to the coronavirus.

All flights, regardless of the company that operates them, will take off and land at this terminal. Aena has reorganized its airports to achieve more efficient management and ensure that operations can recover in the same way as demand at the time of the rebound.

Barajas will continue to provide service to all flights exempt from the limitations derived from the Government’s declaration of a state of alarm, specifically flights of repatriation of Spanish citizens abroad, as well as cargo operations with medical equipment and supply products. for the population, emergencies or transplants, among others.

In T4, points of sale – press and food – will be kept open in the check-in area, and restaurants in the boarding area, with hours adapted to operations and respecting the protection and security measures established; The vending service will also be operational, as well as the TaxFree service. The rest of the airport’s passenger services will also adjust appropriately to the reorganization of the facilities.

Modules D and E of the T4 car park will be available for vehicle parking, with normal, non-preferential, parking rates that can be reached through the usual accesses, while public transport arriving at the airport are operational.