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Old Aug 14, 18, 6:39 am
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South London Bon Viveur
 
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It depends on what time you pass through, but last time I was transiting in MAD during the mid morning it was very busy, with the queue snaking to the top of the stairs/escalators that take you up from the shuttle train. It eventually moved reasonably quickly, at least in the EU passports line, which then filters into three or four separate lines, however I then annoyingly found myself in the one line that appeared to be designated for the air crew and disabled persons to proceed to the front, of which there was an almost endless stream on that day, which meant that my queue moved about ten times slower than all the others. Not a great experience. You probably wont need 90 minutes, unless you want to use a lounge or like to leave yourself plenty of time before boarding.
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