Aena will reopen terminals T2 and T3 at Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas airport
Update. Aena will put the terminals into service T2 and T3 at Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas airport as of next July 1, thus adapting its facilities to the current operating situation and to all the measures implemented to facilitate the health safety of its passengers. With this reopening as of July 1, the airport will have all its terminals open again (T123, T4 and T4S). In this way, T123 recovers the operations it had before the pandemic with all the measures that guarantee health security.
Aena recommends passengers who plan to travel in the next few days that check with your airline because if your return flight is on the same day, July 1 or at a later date, the arrival terminal could be different from the one used on the outbound flight.
As for the transit bus service between terminals, as of July 1 it will also stop at Terminal T3, maintaining its frequency of passage every 10 minutes in the hours of greatest demand.