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Getting to Madrid


All international and domestic flights arrive to Barajas Airport (MAD), 10 miles northeast of the city center.


Many U.S. and international airlines fly to Madrid non-stop from the U.S., including Iberia (Spain’s national airline), Delta, American, and Continental.

Flight Times

Flights from New York take about seven hours; from Los Angeles, tack on about five hours and a stop somewhere en-route.

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