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DMSyracuse

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Has anyone recently had a short connection time in Madrid and what has been there experience? I will be flying on August 30th from NYC to Madrid arriving 6:25 am and then connecting flight onto Asturias-Oviedo at 7:30 - so 1 hour 5 minute connection time. What are the chances of making that connection? Looks like I arrive in terminal 4S and leave from terminal 4 - so based on airport map i may need to take airport train between the 2 terminals? What is the process like once I arrive? Any tips on things I can do in preparation to make this go smoothly? I assume we still need to do the SPTH QR code, so I'll plan on having that.

My backup plan is to bus it to Oviedo as the next flight would be late afternoon and no sense in hanging around all day if I can make it there earlier via bus.
 
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Has anyone recently had a short connection time in Madrid and what has been there experience? I will be flying on August 30th from NYC to Madrid arriving 6:25 am and then connecting flight onto Asturias-Oviedo at 7:30 - so 1 hour 5 minute connection time. What are the chances of making that connection? Looks like I arrive in terminal 4S and leave from terminal 4 - so based on airport map i may need to take airport train between the 2 terminals? What is the process like once I arrive? Any tips on things I can do in preparation to make this go smoothly? I assume we still need to do the SPTH QR code, so I'll plan on having that.

My backup plan is to bus it to Oviedo as the next flight would be late afternoon and no sense in hanging around all day if I can make it there earlier via bus.
Hi, DMSyracuse,

This is one of those questions for which the answer is always — if the stars align and flights are on time, you can make the connection.

If this is all on one ticket, then the connection time is a “legal” one. I have on occasion arrived in Madrid from the US and found an agent holding a card with my name on it — she had a pass I could use to get through immigration more quickly and get to the head of the security line. I’ve made connections many times with less than an hour, but on occasion it has been very very close.

When you arrive in 4S you will go through immigration, then descend several flights (take the elevator, NOT the escalator) to the train. The train (takes about 4 minutes and comes every couple of minutes) takes you to the main terminal 4. You will then be able to go through a special security line setup just for transiting passengers. That means you do not have to exit the secure area and go back through the long lines.

One thing to be careful about is that if you have a round trip ticket US-Madrid-Oviedo and then Santiago-Madrid-US, if you don‘t show up for your Madrid-Oviedo flight they will cancel the rest of your ticket. So if it’s all one ticket, I would just wait till the late afternoon flight, which they will rebook you on automatically. If the Madrid-Oviedo ticket was bought separately, you will just lose the ticket if you miss your flight. And then can go hop on the bus.

Good luck! Buen camino, Laurie
 

DMSyracuse

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Hi, DMSyracuse,

This is one of those questions for which the answer is always — if the stars align and flights are on time, you can make the connection.

If this is all on one ticket, then the connection time is a “legal” one. I have on occasion arrived in Madrid from the US and found an agent holding a card with my name on it — she had a pass I could use to get through immigration more quickly and get to the head of the security line. I’ve made connections many times with less than an hour, but on occasion it has been very very close.

When you arrive in 4S you will go through immigration, then descend several flights (take the elevator, NOT the escalator) to the train. The train (takes about 4 minutes and comes every couple of minutes) takes you to the main terminal 4. You will then be able to go through a special security line setup just for transiting passengers. That means you do not have to exit the secure area and go back through the long lines.

One thing to be careful about is that if you have a round trip ticket US-Madrid-Oviedo and then Santiago-Madrid-US, if you don‘t show up for your Madrid-Oviedo flight they will cancel the rest of your ticket. So if it’s all one ticket, I would just wait till the late afternoon flight, which they will rebook you on automatically. If the Madrid-Oviedo ticket was bought separately, you will just lose the ticket if you miss your flight. And then can go hop on the bus.

Good luck! Buen camino, Laurie
Thanks for the great info Laurie appreciate it. And yes it is a “legal” ticket all through Iberia so we shall see. And yes I do have round trip Santiago - Madrid - US and never thought about them canceling the rest of my ticket if I’m a no show so good to know! I wonder if I miss my connection and specifically cancel that second leg that they book me on if that would avoid that situation. Anyways we shall see I’ll get to Oviedo one way or another as that’s what the caminos all about isn’t it - adapt and accept what gets presented to you :)
Thanks again - David
 

DMSyracuse

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You'll need it.
I wouldn't even consider trying that narrow a timeframe.
(Not recent or pertinent experience though, since the last I flew into Madrid was 2016 - and took the bus. It took 1.5 hours from landing to moving onward...)
Haha yeah I hear you especially with the travel situation these days - it’s all through Iberia so not put together as 2 one ways so they’ll rebook me if I can’t make it - worth a shot :)
 
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OzAnnie

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? I assume we still need to do the SPTH QR code, so I'll plan on having that.
Most recent info I have is that if you’re ‘non EU’ you still need that - but it’s easy and shouldn’t stress. You just file through a part ? of the airport in separate queue and they glance /check that you’ve got it. Doesn’t add time really (or didn’t at end of April this year. ).
One thing to be careful about is that if you have a round trip ticket US-Madrid-Oviedo and then Santiago-Madrid-US, if you don‘t show up for your Madrid-Oviedo flight they will cancel the rest of your ticket. So if it’s all one ticket, I would just wait till the late afternoon flight, which they will rebook you on automatically.
Such a great reminder … about making sure you show up for your ticketed flight. Just go with the flow - if you don’t make the early flight … you’ll get the next. Stay with your flight .

Note: are you aware that when your plane arrives at Asturias airport … it is quite a way to Oviedo? . You’ll have to grab the bus (usually parked outside the airport - used to need to turn to right for it after exiting doors but may have changed since 2017. It takes i think about 45 minutes . Bus is not expensive. Taxi could be though - it’s roughly 47klms via road (as per rome2rio )

Buen camino.

Ignore the $values - indicative only on rome2rio app. But it won’t be expensive on bus.
 

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Grousedoctor

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We were on the same NYC-Mad flight in mid-April although we were connecting to a flight on to Porto. Our connection time was longer than yours so we didn’t have the same worries. Because there wasn’t an urgency for us, I didn’t exactly monitor how long the process took nor did we hurry through the airport, but as mentioned above, all the stars were aligned pretty well for us that day and we processed through and got to our connecting gate in less than an hour. Once you deplane, there’s a bit of walking and the train, but both are very manageable if you arrive on time. The question mark for me on international travel is how long will the wait be at customs/immigration? Being non-EU, we had to go to long of the two longer lines, but at that hour in the morning, our wait wasn’t longer than 10-15 minutes to get cleared. Had we only had 1:05 to make the connection, I believe we would have gotten to the gate before it closed. Best of luck! Buen Csmino!!
 

DMSyracuse

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Most recent info I have is that if you’re ‘non EU’ you still need that - but it’s easy and shouldn’t stress. You just file through a part ? of the airport in separate queue and they glance /check that you’ve got it. Doesn’t add time really (or didn’t at end of April this year. ).

Such a great reminder … about making sure you show up for your ticketed flight. Just go with the flow - if you don’t make the early flight … you’ll get the next. Stay with your flight .

Note: are you aware that when your plane arrives at Asturias airport … it is quite a way to Oviedo? . You’ll have to grab the bus (usually parked outside the airport - used to need to turn to right for it after exiting doors but may have changed since 2017. It takes i think about 45 minutes . Bus is not expensive. Taxi could be though - it’s roughly 47klms via road (as per rome2rio )

Buen camino.

Ignore the $values - indicative only on rome2rio app. But it won’t be expensive on bus.
Thanks @OzAnnie for the info and yes am aware and was planning on the bus from airport to Oviedo. If I happen to catch the connecting flight than I'll be arriving in Asturias 8:40 am so won't be in any big hurry at that point and can sit back and relax and enjoy Oviedo when I get there since it'll be my first time there:)..
 

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Note: are you aware that when your plane arrives at Asturias airport … it is quite a way to Oviedo? . You’ll have to grab the bus (usually parked outside the airport - used to need to turn to right for it after exiting doors but may have changed since 2017. It takes i think about 45 minutes . Bus is not expensive.

I had the same long connection time in Madrid and decided to stay there as, all in all, the bus time from Madrid was similar to the wait-in-Madrid + bus time-from-Asturias, plus, as Laurie said, you could have your outbound ticket canceled for not showing up.

If you resolve to fly to Asturias, as OzAnnie said, when you exit the airport door, turn right and walk for 100mt. to the bus stop under the shed.
Download the ALSA app (Alsa is the bus service in Spain), because the ticket office is closed so you either buy the ticket online or you pay cash to the bus driver. Price is 9€.
I confirm the 45 minutes from Asturias to Oviedo.

As a frequent flier, my experience with passport control leads me to say that it's very unlikely you can make it in time with just 1h5m. Even worse now, that's summer.

I wish you all the best!
 
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You should have no problem . But if you miss the flight, just take the bus--Beautiful ride to Oviedo--6 hours.
 
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Has anyone recently had a short connection time in Madrid and what has been there experience? I will be flying on August 30th from NYC to Madrid arriving 6:25 am and then connecting flight onto Asturias-Oviedo at 7:30 - so 1 hour 5 minute connection time. What are the chances of making that connection? Looks like I arrive in terminal 4S and leave from terminal 4 - so based on airport map i may need to take airport train between the 2 terminals? What is the process like once I arrive? Any tips on things I can do in preparation to make this go smoothly? I assume we still need to do the SPTH QR code, so I'll plan on having that.

My backup plan is to bus it to Oviedo as the next flight would be late afternoon and no sense in hanging around all day if I can make it there earlier via bus.
If this is all on one ticket, then the connection time is a “legal” one. I have on occasion arrived in Madrid from the US and found an agent holding a card with my name on it — she had a pass I could use to get through immigration more quickly and get to the head of the security line. I’ve made connections many times with less than an hour, but on occasion it has been very very close.
I too have had a few really tight connections from Madrid. If you inform the flight attendants, like peregrina2000 I was given a card (mine did not have my name on it, I don't think) to get me through customs as well as not having to wait on line to be rescreened as I had my bag with me. Yes take the elevator, someone told me that as I was running. How she knew I have no idea! I can tell you that if you are taking a Vueling or Iberia Express domestic flight the gates are at the very end of the terminal and it is a very, very long terminal. I had to run all the way. I got there as they were boarding. I probably had about 8-10 to spare but I was running the whole time.
 

peregrina2000

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I wonder if I miss my connection and specifically cancel that second leg that they book me on if that would avoid that situation.
I think it’s worth a try, but I think you need to go to the ticket counter to get clear information. I would not do the cancellation myself, nor would I leave the airport without having something confirmed that you can show when you go to check in in Santiago. I have stood in a lot of check-in lines, and I have seen some very unhappy situations involving this precise issue.
 

TravellingMan2022

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I think it’s worth a try, but I think you need to go to the ticket counter to get clear information. I would not do the cancellation myself, nor would I leave the airport without having something confirmed that you can show when you go to check in in Santiago. I have stood in a lot of check-in lines, and I have seen some very unhappy situations involving this precise issue.
The vast majority of ‘tight connections’ are achieved! Don’t know a number but I would guess > 85% Each airport has an MCT (Minimum Connection Time) and it is governed by assessing and reassessing flight punctuality and whether customers made their connex. I believe MCT is 60 minutes at Madrid. It an averages game of course so good luck!
 
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peregrina2000

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The vast majority of ‘tight connections’ are achieved! Don’t know a number but I would guess > 85% Each airport has an MCT (Minimum Connection Time) and it is governed by assessing and reassessing flight punctuality and whether customers made their connex. I believe MCT is 60 minutes at Madrid. It an averages game of course so good luck!
Sorry if I wasn’t clear, but I wasn’t talking about whether I thought he would make the connection (that was what I discussed in my original response in post 2 of this thread, and I essentially agree with you).

I was talking about what I think @DMSyracuse should do if he does in fact miss the connection, knowing that Iberia will automatically rebook him on the later flight. He had said he thought he would forego the later flight and just go get on a bus rather than hang around the airport. The response you quoted was where I expressed my concern about that strategy — I would never do that without making sure the airline has signed off on it; otherwise they are very likely to just cancel the rest of his trip.
 

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Sorry if I wasn’t clear, but I wasn’t talking about whether I thought he would make the connection (that was what I discussed in my original response in post 2 of this thread, and I essentially agree with you).

I was talking about what I think @DMSyracuse should do if he does in fact miss the connection, knowing that Iberia will automatically rebook him on the later flight. He had said he thought he would forego the later flight and just go get on a bus rather than hang around the airport. The response you quoted was where I expressed my concern about that strategy — I would never do that without making sure the airline has signed off on it; otherwise they are very likely to just cancel the rest of his trip.
Apologies that is totally my fault! I was just making a general point about MCT and lazily replied to the last comment. Your advice was great and I am sure well received! I will be more careful in future!
 
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Apologies that is totally my fault! I was just making a general point about MCT and lazily replied to the last comment. Your advice was great and I am sure well received! I will be more careful in future!
Oh please don’t apologize, I know I have a tendency to sound like a school marm, and I didn’t mean it in any lecturing fingerwagging way. I just want to try to make sure that everyone knows the risk of not showing up for a leg of a round trip flight, unless it’s the very last leg of course!
 

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If you get in late, do not skip out on the next segment. Take the Next available flight which they should automatically book you into. Airlines will likely invalidate the rest of your ticket, if you skip out. If your not fluent in Spanish getting help on the telephone and even at the airport can be quite challenging with Iberia, especially for non Spainsh speakers, especially at the smaller airports.
 

DMSyracuse

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I had the same long connection time in Madrid and decided to stay there as, all in all, the bus time from Madrid was similar to the wait-in-Madrid + bus time-from-Asturias, plus, as Laurie said, you could have your outbound ticket canceled for not showing up.

If you resolve to fly to Asturias, as OzAnnie said, when you exit the airport door, turn right and walk for 100mt. to the bus stop under the shed.
Download the ALSA app (Alsa is the bus service in Spain), because the ticket office is closed so you either buy the ticket online or you pay cash to the bus driver. Price is 9€.
I confirm the 45 minutes from Asturias to Oviedo.

As a frequent flier, my experience with passport control leads me to say that it's very unlikely you can make it in time with just 1h5m. Even worse now, that's summer.

I wish you all the best!
Thanks Marco! - i've downloaded the ALSA app so good to go there: and yes if I miss my flight I'll most likely just wait it out for the next one and probably catch up on some sleep:)...
 

ScottPilgrim

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Has anyone recently had a short connection time in Madrid and what has been there experience? I will be flying on August 30th from NYC to Madrid arriving 6:25 am and then connecting flight onto Asturias-Oviedo at 7:30 - so 1 hour 5 minute connection time. What are the chances of making that connection? Looks like I arrive in terminal 4S and leave from terminal 4 - so based on airport map i may need to take airport train between the 2 terminals? What is the process like once I arrive? Any tips on things I can do in preparation to make this go smoothly? I assume we still need to do the SPTH QR code, so I'll plan on having that.

My backup plan is to bus it to Oviedo as the next flight would be late afternoon and no sense in hanging around all day if I can make it there earlier via bus.
That will be really tough even if you only have carry ob. There is a long walk to the transport between terminals and it is not totally intuitive. There will be no one in the airport at that time to ask for help.
 
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DMSyracuse

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That will be really tough even if you only have carry ob. There is a long walk to the transport between terminals and it is not totally intuitive. There will be no one in the airport at that time to ask for help.
Yes just my backpack carry on - have recvd some great info here on what to expect so will hope for the best and if not i'll just plan for a later arrival into Oviedo:)...
 

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Hi, DMSyracuse,

This is one of those questions for which the answer is always — if the stars align and flights are on time, you can make the connection.

If this is all on one ticket, then the connection time is a “legal” one. I have on occasion arrived in Madrid from the US and found an agent holding a card with my name on it — she had a pass I could use to get through immigration more quickly and get to the head of the security line. I’ve made connections many times with less than an hour, but on occasion it has been very very close.

When you arrive in 4S you will go through immigration, then descend several flights (take the elevator, NOT the escalator) to the train. The train (takes about 4 minutes and comes every couple of minutes) takes you to the main terminal 4. You will then be able to go through a special security line setup just for transiting passengers. That means you do not have to exit the secure area and go back through the long lines.

One thing to be careful about is that if you have a round trip ticket US-Madrid-Oviedo and then Santiago-Madrid-US, if you don‘t show up for your Madrid-Oviedo flight they will cancel the rest of your ticket. So if it’s all one ticket, I would just wait till the late afternoon flight, which they will rebook you on automatically. If the Madrid-Oviedo ticket was bought separately, you will just lose the ticket if you miss your flight. And then can go hop on the bus.

Good luck! Buen camino, Laurie
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Has anyone recently had a short connection time in Madrid and what has been there experience? I will be flying on August 30th from NYC to Madrid arriving 6:25 am and then connecting flight onto Asturias-Oviedo at 7:30 - so 1 hour 5 minute connection time. What are the chances of making that connection? Looks like I arrive in terminal 4S and leave from terminal 4 - so based on airport map i may need to take airport train between the 2 terminals? What is the process like once I arrive? Any tips on things I can do in preparation to make this go smoothly? I assume we still need to do the SPTH QR code, so I'll plan on having that.

My backup plan is to bus it to Oviedo as the next flight would be late afternoon and no sense in hanging around all day if I can make it there earlier via bus.
I did this the other day with 1hr 15 layover and missed the connecting flight. The problem was the immigration. So many people without the right paperwork and immunisation records and too few officers at desks. There was no rapid - express connection option on offer.
 

DMSyracuse

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Just wanted to follow up on this thread and am happy to report had no trouble making my 1 hr 5 minute connection time once arriving in Madrid. Actually had 1.5 hours because my flight from JFK was nearly 30 mins early. But I timed it and it only took me 45 minutes to get through customs train to terminal and getting to my gate.

Also not the correct thread but since it such a popular topic of discussion I once again had no issue bringing my hiking poles as I always collapse them down and put the rubber tips on them, stuff them in my pack and have never been questioned.

That’s all - day 1 on the Camino Primitivo complete and it was a beautiful day !
 
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Just wanted to follow up on this thread and am happy to report had no trouble making my 1 hr 5 minute connection time once arriving in Madrid. Actually had 1.5 hours because my flight from JFK was nearly 30 mins early. But I timed it and it only took me 45 minutes to get through customs train to terminal and getting to my gate.

Also not the correct thread but since it such a popular topic of discussion I once again had no issue bringing my hiking poles as I always collapse them down and put the rubber tips on them, stuff them in my pack and have never been questioned.

That’s all - day 1 on the Camino Primitivo complete and it was a beautiful day !
Great well done! Good work!
 

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Also not the correct thread but since it such a popular topic of discussion I once again had no issue bringing my hiking poles as I always collapse them down and put the rubber tips on them,
Glad you made your connection!

I’m assuming that once in Madrid, you stayed in T4 and went through the security for transiting passengers to get to your Oviedo flight . No problem with poles in Madrid security?

Enjoy the Primitivo!
 

DMSyracuse

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Glad you made your connection!

I’m assuming that once in Madrid, you stayed in T4 and went through the security for transiting passengers to get to your Oviedo flight . No problem with poles in Madrid security?

Enjoy the Primitivo!
Yes correct went thru security for transiting passengers without any issue with my poles that were inside my pack collapsed down with rubber tips on them
 

ScottPilgrim

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Just wanted to follow up on this thread and am happy to report had no trouble making my 1 hr 5 minute connection time once arriving in Madrid. Actually had 1.5 hours because my flight from JFK was nearly 30 mins early. But I timed it and it only took me 45 minutes to get through customs train to terminal and getting to my gate.

Also not the correct thread but since it such a popular topic of discussion I once again had no issue bringing my hiking poles as I always collapse them down and put the rubber tips on them, stuff them in my pack and have never been questioned.

That’s all - day 1 on the Camino Primitivo complete and it was a beautiful day !
Good job! I almost missed a flight out of Madrid with a wider connection from local flight bc of a bottleneck at security (single scanner every everyone had to put their carry on through and someone pissed off the tech so she then hand-searched every bag), which we had to re-clear.
 

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