Cheap Flights to Madrid

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Cheap flights to Madrid (MAD)

Get started finding a cheap flight to Madrid on Expedia by either choosing a deal on this page or using the search bar to enter your travel dates, origin airport, and whether you want a roundtrip or one-way airfare. You can filter for flexibility, number of stops, airline, and departure/arrival times to find the best flight for you.

We recommend using the ‘Flexible Dates’ calendar at the top of the page to see the price of plane tickets on the surrounding dates. This allows you to pick the cheapest days to fly if your trip allows flexibility and score cheap flight deals to Madrid.

Roundtrip prices range from - , and one-ways Madrid start as low as .

Be aware that choosing a non-stop flight can sometimes be more expensive while saving you time. And routes with connections may be available at a cheaper rate.

 

Airlines that fly to Madrid (MAD)

You have several options for which airline you choose to travel with to Madrid. There are airlines flying into MAD: . 

Cheap plane tickets may be available from different airlines at different times and with unique terms. It’s best to understand the details of each airline’s offer before judging its value.

For example, if you plan to check a bag or bring a carry-on, check whether the cheap airfare deal includes a baggage allowance. If not, verify whether the baggage fee is higher than the difference of other airline plane ticket deals offering free checked/carry-on baggage in exchange for a slightly higher airfare. 

Additionally, your preferred frequent flyer membership programmes may influence your choice of cheap airline. Expedia allows you to enter your membership numbers during checkout to earn points from your airline and Expedia Rewards—all while getting a great deal and planning all your travel on one online platform.

 

Find the best deals

At Expedia, we source many flight deals from multiple providers, so you can easily find the best deals that are right for you. A great strategy for getting the best deals can be to make sure you book and travel at optimal times. Airfare to Madrid (MAD) varies throughout the year based on seasonal demand. You’ll see the lowest rates for roundtrips to MAD in and in for one-ways.

 

Cancellation & flexibility

To change or cancel eligible flights, go to ‘My Trips’ and navigate to your itinerary. If you booked within the last 24 hours, you might be able to cancel your flight for free. Learn more about flight changes or cancellations from our customer service portal. Some plane tickets are available with no change fees, which you can filter for during your search.

Frequently asked questions

Where can I learn more about changing or canceling my flight to Madrid?
For more information about updating your flight to Madrid or canceling it, head over to our Customer Service Portal.
How do I find cheap flights to Madrid that have flexible change policies?
Many airlines offer the option to reschedule your flight without a change fee. All you pay is the difference between the original flight and the new flight you select. When you’re searching for flights to Madrid, you’ll see a “no change fees” filter for you to select.
Can I fly to Madrid now?
Make your visit to Madrid straightforward and simple by first heading to our Covid-19 Travel Advisor. This is a great way to keep yourself up-to-date about current travel restrictions, including quarantine requirements and the latest official health information.
What is the name of Madrid's airport?
Madrid is served by just a single airport, Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport (MAD).
How far is Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport (MAD) from central Madrid?
If you’re staying in central Madrid, it’s a good idea to work out how you’ll get into the city before you touchdown. The downtown area is 13 kilometres from MAD.
What airport is best to fly into Madrid?
Pass through the exit of Madrid–Barajas Airport and your Madrid trip will have begun! The city’s main airport, it’s located 13 kilometres from the city center.
How many airlines fly to Madrid?
Madrid is serviced by 65 airlines from 168 airports across the globe.
Which airlines fly to Madrid?
Iberia and British Airways are some of the most well-known airlines with flights to Madrid. Most travelers use London to set off from with Iberia flying this route the most.
How many nonstop flights are there to Madrid?
Flying to somewhere new is much easier when there aren’t any stopovers involved. If you’re off to Madrid, the great news is that there are around 3,251 direct flights operating every week.
Where are the most popular flights to Madrid departing from?
Flights to Madrid departing from London, Lisbon District and Barcelona airports are in high demand.
How long is the flight to Madrid Airport?
If you’re flying to Madrid from London, you’ll have a flight duration of 2 hours and 29 minutes. Those leaving from Lisbon District can expect to be on the plane for 1 hour and 21 minutes. From Barcelona it’s approximately 1 hour and 24 minutes away.
How to book the cheapest flight to Madrid?
We all know those lucky jet-setters who manage to score wonderfully cheap airfares wherever they go. Want to know how to do it for your Madrid vacation? Don’t leave it until the last minute to lock in your flight. Another good way to score the most affordable fare is to research all options. If your destination has multiple airports, research the cost of flying into a smaller terminal. And finally, remember that the early bird catches the worm. Familiarize yourself with airfare costs and have your credit card ready to grab your ticket as soon as you spot a bargain. The best deals never last long.
How to survive the flight to Madrid?
We’ve got the lowdown on how to make your flight a pleasant experience. Follow our tips and tricks and you’ll be hightailing it through airport security and having a ball in Madrid in no time.What to pack in your hand luggage:

  • First, pack your passport, official ID, cash and daily medications. Next, you’ll want some entertainment to while away the hours. A juicy novel and a laptop crammed with your favorite movies are some wonderful options. If you intend to take a short nap, a quality neck pillow and a pair of earplugs will also come in handy. Finally, find room for a toothbrush and some deodorant to ensure you hop off the plane looking fresh and ready to go.

Do not pack the following items in your hand luggage:

  • Double-check that you don’t have a Swiss Army knife lurking in your hand luggage. Other restricted items include explosive or flammable goods, such as fuel and matches, and liquids and gels in containers larger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters).

What to wear on a flight:

  • The best way to ensure a comfortable flight is as simple as your choice of clothing. Prepare for temperature changes by layering up. This will keep you nice and warm if the cabin begins to cool down. Shoes like sandals and heels are best left in your suitcase. Instead, go for flat, closed-toed footwear like sneakers. Your feet will thank you for it.
  • Most of us have heard about DVT (deep vein thrombosis), a blood clotting condition caused by long periods of inactivity. There’s plenty you can do to mitigate your risk. Wear a quality pair of compression tights or socks, drink lots of water often and move your legs and feet. Do a few laps of the cabin or perform some simple exercises in your seat.

How to get through airport security fast when flying to Madrid?
Being prepared before you arrive at the airport will make your getaway to Madrid a pleasure. Check out our handy hints for a speedy journey past security:

  • Your passport and travel documents will need to be presented to airport security personnel. Keep them at hand so you don’t hold up the queue.
  • Time to strip down. Well sort of. Your belt, coat, keys and other items in your pocket, like your earphones, will need to go through the X-ray machine. Make your life easier by removing them before your turn.
  • For just a few moments, you’ll need to unplug from technology. Your phone, tablet and any other electronic gadgets must also go through the scanner.
  • Remember to remove gels and liquids from your carry-on luggage. They often need to be sent through the X-ray scanner separately. Each product should be in a container no larger than 3.4 ounces (100 milliliters) and everything must fit in a quart-size (one liter), clear zip-close bag.
  • Lightweight sneakers are a great footwear choice as you’re less likely to have to remove them when going through security. Safety boots and other heavy-style shoes are usually subjected to additional screening.
  • Take all prohibited items out of your carry-on bag. If you have any sharp objects like a pocket knife or tools, put them in your checked luggage. They won’t be allowed on board and will be confiscated.

Flights to Madrid information
Destination AirportAdolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas
Destination Airport IATA codeMAD
Destination City NameMadrid
Flight PriceCA $648