As of April 1, the Madrid Adolfo Suarez airport will only keep open terminal 4 due to the decrease in passenger traffic due to the measures taken by Aena in response to the coronavirus.
All flights will take off and land only at this terminal. The main reason for this measure lies under the reorganization that Aena has proceeded to achieve an optimal management and ensure that operations can be recovered in the same way as demand.
In the meantime, service will continue to be provided to all flights outside the restrictions imposed by the state of alarm. These flights will be mostly repatriation of Spanish citizens abroad, as well as operations for the supply of medical material and basic necessities.
However, in Terminal 4, food and press outlets will be maintained in the check-in area, with adapted schedules and ensuring the established security measures. The vending machines will continue to operate, as will TaxFree. Other passenger services will be adjusted as far as possible to the reorganization of the airport facilities. The parking areas will be available only in modules D and E of the terminal, at the normal rates, which will be accessible through the daily access points, provided that public transport to the airport continues to operate.