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About Madrid Airport Terminal 2 & 3
Madrid - Barajas Airport is the biggest airport in Spain and the principal hub for Iberia Airlines. Close to 50 million passengers a year travel through Madrid airport, making it necessary to add a fourth terminal and two extra runways. Now the airport has a capacity of some 70 million passengers a year.
Terminals 1,2,3 are all contained within one large complex. Colour coding on signs on the approach roads to the airport indicate which direction you need to go for each terminal, with green indicating Terminal 2 and red for Terminal 3. The airport is within easy reach of Madrid city centre, with terminals 1,2 and 3 located just 13km from the city centre.
Terminal 2 serves primarily European flights, to countries including Germany, Portugal and Norway. Check-in desks are on the first and second floor, with boarding gates, zones C and D, on the first floor. Terminal 3 is the smallest of the four terminals and is almost exclusively for domestic internal flights. An air shuttle between Barcelona and Madrid operates from Terminal 3.