This Route is Operated by:
Ryanair, Iberia Express, Iberia, Jet2.com, Vueling, British Airways
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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
4 hours 5 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||Birmingham|
|Flights arrive in:||Madrid|
|Airlines:||Ryanair, Iberia Express, Cityjet, Iberia, Flybe, Vueling, KLM|
Travellers taking a business or leisure trip from the West Midlands to the Spanish capital can use direct flights from Birmingham to Madrid with Iberia and budget operator Ryanair. Additionally, several airlines offer indirect flight options requiring 1 change in transit. Direct flights take around 2 hours 25 minutes while indirect services take upwards of 4 hours and, in some cases, considerably longer.
Spanish national carrier Iberia and budget airline Ryanair offer direct flights from Birmingham to Madrid. Indirect flights requiring 1 change use various airlines, including Cityjet services via Brussels, Vueling flights via Barcelona and KLM services via Amsterdam Schiphol.
Iberia and Ryanair flights from Birmingham to Madrid cover the 838 mile route between the Midlands and the Spanish capital in 2 hours 25 minutes. The fastest indirect connection is provided by Cityjet's route via Brussels taking 4 hours 20 minutes, but most indirect services take upwards of 5 hours.
The Ryanair schedule offers 4 direct flights between Birmingham and Madrid weekly, on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, with mid afternoon departure times. The Iberia summer schedule has direct flights on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. There are over 20 indirect departures from Birmingham daily, with services beginning in early morning. In winter the schedule is slightly reduced although there are still direct flights on the route.
Departure airport: BirminghamBirmingham Airport is located about 6 miles south-east of the city centre, with frequent public transport connections via Birmingham International rail station and the 2 minute monorail link to the terminal. passenger facilities include long and short stay car parks, currency exchange and a wide selection of restaurants and shops.
Arrival airport: Madrid Barajas Barajas Airport is about 8 miles north-east of central Madrid, connected by regular trains on the Cercanias network, and by Metro line 8, taking around 25 minutes to the centre. Passenger facilities in the terminals include currency exchange kiosks, duty free shops, international dining and Castilian speciality stores.