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Madrid's oneworld Airlines Moving to New Terminal

January 31, 2006 By: Susan Young Travel Agent

All oneworld member airlines serving Madrid will move into the airport's new, $7.4 billion Terminal 4 on Sunday, Feb. 5. This will be the alliance's biggest and most significant co-location move yet. Madrid is home base of oneworld member Iberia and the alliance's main gateway between Europe and Latin America. Five alliance partners also fly there—American Airlines, British Airways, LAN, Finnair and Aer Lingus—along with members-elect Malev and Royal Jordanian. Currently, these airlines operate from two different terminals at the city's Barajas Airport. Between them, they carried nearly 25 million passengers to and from Madrid last year—seven in every 10 of the airport's passengers. They will account for 90 percent of the new terminal's passengers. Oneworld member airlines currently operate a total of 650 arriving and departing flights a day at Madrid. After the last of their flights have departed on Saturday, Feb. 4, the oneworld airlines will transfer to the new facility overnight, ready to begin service on Feb. 5. Member-elect Malev will move to join them in late March. Terminal 4 comprises two buildings—the main terminal and its satellite to the south—connected by an underground high-speed people mover. Most domestic and European country flights will operate from the main Terminal 4 building, while long-haul services and some European flights will depart from the Terminal 4 Satellite (T4S).

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