Flight Operations To Madrid


Flight Operations to Madrid

Nadia Hancock | - 07/11/2018

Flight Operations to Madrid: With some of the most beautiful architecture in Europe, Spain’s central capital remains a consistently popular visitor destination, particularly in the summer months. Here’s what you need to know to organize successful missions to Madrid’s gateway, Adolfo Suárez Madrid – Barajas International Airport.

Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas International Airport
  • IATA code: MAD
  • ICAO code: LEMD
  • Latitude/ Longitude: 40.493556 /-3.566764
  • Elevation:  609 m / 1998 ft.
  • Magnetic variation: 1° W (2015)
  • Fuel types: JET-A1
  • Timezone: GMT +2
Airport Information
  • Apron surface: Concrete and asphalt
  • Fire category: 10
  • Airport: H24
  • Customs and Immigration: H24
  • MET briefing: H24
  • ATS: H24
  • Fueling: H24
  • Handling: H24
  • Security: H24
  • Private flights do not require overflight or landing permits
  • Non-scheduled flights require overflight and landing permits
  • Lead time for permit approval is typically 5-7 working days with all aircraft documents
  • LEMD is an eCDM airport so slot and flight plan must match at the same time
  • There are no parking restrictions at this time
  • There is no significant NOTAM at this time
  • There are no limitations on refueling capacity
  • Non-EU passengers and crew can expect the normal Schengen entrance procedure
  • EU passengers and crew do not require visas
  • Melia Barajas
  • Axor Hotel
  • Marriot Auditorium
  • Bus services to the city are available close to the FBO
  • Rail services are available from the main terminal
  • Rental cars are widely available and can be delivered to the FBO

To find out more about what Madrid has to offer visitors, click here 

For support with your Flight Operations to Madrid, contact UAS