Flights from Leeds to Madrid
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- Tue 10 MarLBAMADWed 11 MarMADLBARyanairIndirectfrom £66
- Tue 3 MarLBAMADWed 11 MarMADLBARyanairIndirectfrom £70
- Thu 5 MarLBAMADTue 10 MarMADLBARyanairIndirectfrom £78
Flight information Leeds Bradford to Madrid
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Average flight time, total distance 930 miles
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Frequently asked questions
Cheap flights from Leeds to Madrid begin at Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA). Most flights from Leeds to Madrid require transferring to at least one connecting stop before reaching your destination at Adolfo Suarez Madrid-Barajas Airport (MAD).
Connecting flights on the route from Leeds to Madrid are typically via London Heathrow Airport (LHR) or Amsterdam Airport Schiphol (AMS). Your specific route may vary depending on the airline you choose, so check your tickets carefully to prepare for your transfer.
Several airlines offer flights from Leeds to Madrid, including British Airways, Iberia, Ryanair and Jet2. There are flights are available to Madrid on weekdays and weekends, but if you are travelling during the holidays, you should reserve your tickets well in advance. You should also reserve your tickets early if you want to avoid longer wait times for a connecting flight along the route.
Arrive at Leeds Bradford Airport a couple of hours before your scheduled departure to allow time for check-in. You need your passport when you land in Madrid and when boarding connecting flights outside the United Kingdom.
Preparing for Your Trip to Madrid
During summer, temperatures in Madrid range from 20 °C to over 40 °C. Leeds is generally cooler than Madrid in summer with an average temperature of 16 °C. Average winter temperatures in Madrid usually remain above freezing while Leeds experiences occasional snow and freezing temperatures during the coolest months.
Madrid's city centre is about 7 miles from the airport. To reach the city centre, taxis, buses and trains are available at the airport. You can also hire a car with Skyscanner's handy price comparison tools. To take the train or a bus, purchase your metro ticket inside the airport at terminal T1 or terminal T4. Single-use metro tickets are available, or you can choose a pass that allows you to use the city's public transportation up to 10 times for a single fee. Tourist travel passes are also available at the metro counter. Tourist travel passes allow you to use the city's public transportation for up to seven days for one flat rate.
Food costs are slightly more expensive in Madrid than they are in Leeds, but you can find a wide selection of local favourites that fit any budget. Tapas restaurants allow you to enjoy a variety of local flavours inexpensively, or you can pick up pastries for an affordable breakfast. Try street vendors for a delicious, filling lunch that won't break the bank.
Most establishments in Madrid accept debit and credit cards. If you need to pay with cash, visit an ATM to withdraw euros. ATMs have a low fee and offer competitive exchange rates, and ATMs are conveniently located throughout the city.
If you are visiting Madrid during the summer, reserve your hotel in advance to ensure room availability. The warm months see more visitors for events like the San Cayetano festival and La Paloma.
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