You would like to book a private jet for your business trip to Madrid or your next family holiday? AEROAFFAIRES offers you a private jet and helicopter rental service at the best price.
Recognized as the best airport in the world at the Condé Nast Traveller Reader Awards in 2008, Madrid Barajas Airport welcomes more than 50 million passengers each year, with nearly 345,000 movements.
In order to help you prepare your trip in the best conditions, AEROAFFAIRES reveals here everything there is to know about Madrid Barajas Airport.
AEROAFFAIRES is your specialist in business and private aviation. Created in 1991, AEROAFFAIRES has already accompanied more than 95,000 passengers on their journeys around the world, and chartered 20,000 private flights.
Our experts are at your disposal and choose with you the aircraft that suits you best: light air taxi, helicopter, long-haul private jet or commercial plane configured for VIP.
AEROAFFAIRES is also committed to the planet. Our program to support South America’s primary forest, SkyCO2, indeed offsets 100% of the CO2 emissions produced by our private flights.
To book your private tailor-made flight at a competitive rate, contact us 7/7 and 24H/24 on +33 (0) 1 44 09 91 82.
Location & access
Spain’s largest airport is only 12 km from Madrid’s city centre. It takes about 25 minutes by car to reach the airport by the M-40.
Upon your arrival and departure, AEROAFFAIRES can book a car for you with a driver if you wish. We provide you with the most suitable vehicle (Mercedes S-Class, VIANO or Limousine) to get to your hotel or meeting place.
Located at a major air hub for intercontinental flights to South America, Madrid International Airport is open 24 hours a day and is not subject to any flight restrictions. However, due to noise pollution, only silent aircrafts can land and take off between 23:00 and 07:00.
Madrid Airport’s coordinates are as follows:
- Airport Code: MAD/LEMD
- Latitude: 40° 29′ 17″ 17″ N
- Longitude: 3° 33′ 33′ 38″ W
- Altitude: 609 m
- Runway lengths: 3,988 m, 4,179 m, 2 x 3,500 m
Its four asphalt runways are long enough to accommodate all types of aircrafts:
The airport has 4 business terminals, each offering a top-of-the-range service:
- VIP lounges;
- Catering service;
- Conference rooms ;
- Rest rooms for crews;
- Quick check-in and no waiting at customs..;
- Private and discreet access to the plane.
History of Madrid Barajas Airport
Created in the 1920s and opened in 1931, Madrid Barajas Airport was originally intended to serve only African and European countries. In the 1940s, it opened to Asia and Latin America, then to the United States in the 1950s.
Today, Madrid Airport is one of the most important airfields in Europe and has one of the largest terminals in the world with an area of 760,000 m². Its four lanes allow a traffic of up to 120 movements per hour.
Whether you are travelling to Madrid for business or in a more private setting, AEROAFFAIRES recommends that you book a room at the comfortable and stylish Hotel Urban.
If you want to enjoy delicious tapas, we recommend the restaurant Ramses, designed by Philippe Stark. And for a last drink overlooking the rooftops of Madrid, go to the top floor of the Salvador Bachiller boutique.
Finally, for an unusual visit, head to the Caixa Forum, a cultural centre located in a former factory.