Spain currently operates some 47 airports which are situated in every corner of the country and are generally in excellent condition with modern installations and facilities you will expect in one of the worlds leading tourist destinations.
The busiest airport in Spain is the Madrid Bajaras International Airport. Located to the north-east of Madrid City the airport served 46 million passengers in 2006. Since its time of operation, the airport has grown to be one of the significant spots on Europe's aviation map. Terminal 1 of the airport serves as an international pass way to most European and Latin American countries. Terminal 2 caters mostly as a gateway to the Iberian Peninsula.
Terminal 3 serves as a gateway to other cities in Europe and many Latin American countries. In addition to the already existing three Terminals, a latest ultra-modern Terminal 4 was also added.