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  1. Terminals Madrid-Barajas airport has four terminals, a satellite building and two docks, as well as an Executive terminal and another terminal which is used for cargo handling only. Terminals T1, T2 and T3 have of six boarding areas: A, B, C, D, E and F, connected to the terminals.

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  2. The airport has four passenger terminals, an Executive terminal, an air cargo area, and two main hangar areas, on one side of the Old Industrial Area, between terminals T3 and T4 and the Industrial Area La Muñoza on the other side. Madrid-Barajas has four runways, two to two parallel: 18L/36R - 18R/36L and 14L/32R - 14R/32L.

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  4. The airport has a wide range of restaurants and cafeterias. Left luggage office. There is one office at T1 floor 0 arrivals located outside the main terminal. The other one is at T4 floor 0 arrivals, located in the main concourse. Both open 24/7. There is a third one at T2 floor 1 departures on the hallway leading to the car park.

  5. Madrid barajas airport have 4 terminals t1, t2, t3, t4 plus a satellite terminal connected to t4 by a monorail. T1, t2 and t3 terminals are all connected and is in one long building. Delta airlines use t1. Don't worry about the gate number. Terminal 4 is used by aa.. And united also use t1. Edited: 5 years ago Report inappropriate content Dukielka

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