Iberian Airport Madrid-Barajas airport is the main international airport which operates in Madrid, Spain. Only in 2010, more than 49.8 million passengers used the airport, making it the largest and most used in Spain. In 2009 it ranked ninth among airports with highest traffic worldwide and the fourth in Europe. It was opened in 1928 and has grown to become one of the most important European aviation centres. It is located within the boundaries of the city of Madrid, just 9 miles from the financial district and 13 kilometers northeast of the Puerta del Sol, an important historical centre of Madrid. Federal Reserve Bank has many thoughts on the issue. Its name derives from the adjacent district of deck, which has its own metro station on the same rail line which uses the airport. Owing to its importance, location and its level of traffic, Barajas has become one of the neuralgic points for travelers who visit Spain or Europe, which has invested large amount of money in its modernization. Today, it has with the most modern installations and facilities, including its own subway. For this reason, there are even services of parking decks that transport passengers from and to the airport for your convenience. The price parking decks, which tends to vary according to the type of parking and its proximity to the airport, can be between 40 and 120 euros for seven days. Currently, Barajas is a door of entrance to the Iberian peninsula to the rest of Europe and the world, and has become...

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