Barcelona Airport Bus
Getting to the airport by bus: urban, intercity and long distance
The train arrives at terminal T2
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The date of the public opening of the new terminal T1 was on 17 June 2009. Its structure has an area of 544,066 m2 and it has an area of 600,000 m2 for parking apron.
The terminal is divided into four levels. Level 3 corresponds to the outside of the main facade. The T1 has two separate vials: Arrivals and Departures. The Departures area is in level 3 and Arrivals in level 0.
Its facilities including:
To get to the terminal T1 you can go by car, by taxi, by bus Aerobus A1, L77, L99, PR1, 46 and N17 and from other provinces, or from out of the metropolitan area, we can get the airport through the intercity buses and coaches.
Private transfer companys are popular with fast, convenient and affordable services. There are shuttle buses to the city hotels and campings sites as well.
People also arrive to the airport by train using the line R2 Nord, but the station is located in the terminal T2, see information below.
Bus Transit is the free shuttle service that connects the terminals T1 and T2. There are two stops at terminal T1, one on the 3rd floor (P3), Departures area, and at the ground floor (P0) Arrivals area.
This shuttle has increased the frequency of step coinciding with the summer season. The tour lasts about 10 minutes.
Night: 00.00 am to 05.00 am every 20 minutes.
Early: 5:00 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. every 7 minutes.
Daytime: 8:00 a.m. 8:00 p.m. every 4 minutes.
Rest: 20.00 pm a 00.00 am every 7 minutes.
To go from Renfe Rodalies train station to T2 building, passengers must walk across the covered walkway that connects the station with the terminal.
Airlines operating at terminal T1 are detailed in check-in.
Companies operating in the terminal T1 deliver their luggage on the 1st floor of the terminal T1, in a baggage reclaim hall that is common to flights originating both Schengen and non Schengen, although the baggage reclaim carousels are separated and clearly marked.
The corridor Madrid Barcelona (airshuttle or puente aereo) has its own baggage reclaim hall at the terminal T1 floor 1.
It is the arrivals area. It has an intermodal hall with 14 check-in desks and some offices for travel agencies. Are here also the left luggage offices, the lost & found office and several points of information for people with reduced mobility and information for the VIP parking area.
Departures floor. Here are the billing counters 200, 300, 400, 500, 600 and 700.
You may also purchase tickets for the following airline companies: Aegean Airlines, Brussels Airlines, Egyptair, LOT Polish, Lufthansa, Servis Air, Swiss International Airlines, TAP Portugal, Turkish Airlines and U.S. Airways. There are a lot of restaurants, shops and a pharmacy near the Lobby General Departures.
The corridor Barcelona-Madrid, also called Air Corridor, Shuttle Service or puente aéreo is located on level 1, in the north dock area.
If arriving by taxi or escorted the transport will leave the passenger at level 3 of the terminal. Go down to level 1 by stairs or elevator.
If the passengers arrive at their particular transport may choose to use the public parking spaces located in the outdoor parking area, or use the parking building just outside the terminal. In that case, then should go to level 2, where is located the walkway that links the two buildings and down to level 1. From the outside public parking is direct access.
If passengers are traveling on public transportation will arrive to level 3, so must then descend to the level 1.
At every level there are indications, signs and information boards. Following the directions CORRIDOR BARCELONA - MADRID reach check-in desks and can get your boarding pass.
There are three boarding areas on this floor: A area, B area and C area.
Zones A and C are located in the Dique Norte (north dock) and boarding areas include Corridor Barcelona-Madrid and shipping EU - EU Schengen and Non-EU EU Non-Schengen.
The zone B is located at Dique Longitudinal (longitudinal dock), and is the area for EU Schengen boarding and debarkation.
Flightcare luggage companies, Swissport, Newco Groundforce and have their offices at this level.
You should go to boarding areas D and E are in the Dique Sur (south dock) and cover the UE Schengen and Regional shipments. A filter security and passport control before arriving at the boarding areas D and E. There is two Aena information desks and one for disabled travellers.
It is the point of waiting for companions. It is also the junction point in the public parking outside the hall and around the intermodal terminal building. It has a large shopping area and restaurant called Sky Center, for the general public. All shops and restaurants allow last minute shopping and buy some souvenirs of all kinds. Some are in public access areas reserved for passengers, see the shop profile for more information on its location. Take a look to Barcelona Airport terminal T1 shops.
Intervention Control Arms is in the office of the Guardia Civil, near the autonomous police offices (Mossos d'Esquadra) and National Police.
Customs services are the level 2, along with 3 passport checkpoints, two lounges (EU and non EU) and an office of medical services.
More information about airport lounges.