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Airport Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas

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Line C1: Príncipe Pío - Atocha - Recoletos - Chamartín - T4 Airport

Line C1 of Renfe Cercanías runs from terminal T4 of Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas airport to the city centre.

The Aeropuerto T4 station has wider turnstiles than usual to allow for luggage, and ticket machines selling all Renfe products.

There are free buses that connect all the airport's terminals.

Tariffs

One-way ticket: €2.60 Valid for one journey in the two hours after it is issued. This service is free for passengers with AVE tickets connecting with a flight.
Return ticket: €5.20 The outbound journey must be made in the two hours after the ticket is issued, and the return can be used at any time the next day.
Bonotren: a pass for 10 one-way journeys, valid for one month. This can be used by more than one traveller at the same time, as long as they all begin and end their journeys together. To purchase this pass, you will need the Renfe & Tu card.
Monthly pass: valid for two journeys a day during one month.

You can buy these tickets at the ticket counters and machines at train stations. All monthly travel passes and tourist passes issued by the Consorcio de Transportes de Madrid are accepted.

See the different types of bus pass and their advantages

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Opening hours

Contact

  • Information telephone: 902 320 320

Stops at the airport

Line C10: Villalba - Príncipe Pío - Atocha - Recoletos - Chamartín - Airport T4

Line C10 of Renfe Cercanías runs from terminal T4 of Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas airport to the city centre and Villalba.

The Aeropuerto T4 station has wider turnstiles than usual to allow for luggage, and ticket machines selling all Renfe products.

There are free buses that connect all the airport's terminals.

Tariffs

One-way ticket: €2.60 Valid for one journey in the two hours after it is issued. This service is free for passengers with AVE tickets connecting with a flight.
Return ticket: €5.20 The outbound journey must be made in the two hours after the ticket is issued, and the return can be used at any time the next day.
Bonotren: a pass for 10 one-way journeys, valid for one month. This can be used by more than one traveller at the same time, as long as they all begin and end their journeys together. To purchase this pass, you will need the Renfe & Tu card.
Monthly pass: valid for two journeys a day during one month.

You can buy these tickets at the ticket counters and machines at train stations. All monthly travel passes and tourist passes issued by the Consorcio de Transportes de Madrid are accepted.

See the different types of bus pass and their advantages

See the different types of bus pass and their advantages#TEXT#

Opening hours

Contact

  • Information telephone: 902 320 320

Stops at the airport