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Life In The Airport


Lourdes Segade

It is said that true cities never sleep. Madrid-Barajas airport keeps its insomniac eyes wide open 24 hours a day, like an independent major city that beats in Madrid's outskirts. Inside it houses little towns, emulating a tireless and varied rusian doll, riddled with legends and stories.


 

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An employee checks a baggage that has been left behind in the baggage carousel. Iberia manages all the lost and forgotten baggage in the T4 terminal

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 30/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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Mari Mar Peláez (turned back) is a Coordinator of the Green Jackets, whose job is to give general information about the airport

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 29/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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Business men eating in a fast-food restaurant at Madrid-Barajas airport

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 29/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain. Text available if needed

 

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Exit gates in the T4 Terminal at Madrid-Barajas airport

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 30/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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A corner of Iberia's Velázquez VIP Lounge, in the T4 Terminal at Madrid-Barajas airport. Velázquez VIP Lounge has 2.150 square meters

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 30/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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An employee wraps a suitcase up with plastic film at a baggage protection service in the T1 Terminal of Madrid-Barajas Airport

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 29/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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Juan Ramón Morenate repairs the moving walkway in the T2 Terminal at Madrid-Barajas airport

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 31/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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Mª Carmen Gómez (left) has been a Cleaner at Madrid-Barajas airport for the last 10 years, and Aurelia Jurado is a Cleaner there since 16 years ago. Each cleaner in the T4 terminal has a 1.000 to 1.500 square meters per day to clean. Mari Carmen has got a Medal to Civil Merit for her cooperation with Piloce when she discoved, in various occasions, packs of drug hidden in areas she was cleaning

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 29/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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Letters, postcards and certificates that have arrived to this center in Madrid-Barajas airport are introduced in sacks for exportation and national distribution

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 29/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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Iberia's Red Jackets help an elderly who needs a wheel chair to access the plane in the T4 Terminal at Madrid-Barajas airport. The Red Jackets are in charge of solving any incidence or problem that afflicts the passenger

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 30/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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Metro station inside the T4 terminal, in Madrid-Barajas airport. Inaugurated on february 2006, the T4 Terminal is the newest one of Madrid-Barajas airport

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 29/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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Passengers queuing to check-in in the T1 Terminal

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 31/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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In a Zara shop inside Madrid-Barajas airport the oly difference with other Zara shops outside is that clients use to shop with their carts or suitcases

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 30/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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Mario Ibáñez, cheff of the restaurant El Madroño, located in the T4 Terminal, in Barajas airport

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 31/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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César González, fireman of the Platform Fire Station in Madrid-Barajas airport

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 30/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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From the North Control Tower in Barajas airport, a take-off/landing strip and, at the back, the Real Madrid's Sportive City

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 31/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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Escalators and carts in the T4 Terminal at Madrid-Barajas airport

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 30/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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An agent of the Civil Guard with Aro, one of the dogs that check baggages in the customs. They mostly use dogs in what they call "hot flights": flights that come mainly from Colombia, Venezuela and other areas where drugs traffick is welknown. --------------------------------------- Un agente de la Guardia Civil con Aro, uno de los perros que busca droga en las maletas en la Aduana de la T1 de Barajas. Suelen usar perros en algunos de los que llaman "vuelos calientes", vuelos que llegan de países donde el tráfico de droga es bien conocido, como Colombia o Venezuela, por ejemplo.

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 31/10/2007

 

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The area of Arrivals and Baggage claim in the T4. Inaugurated on february 2006, the T4 Terminal is the newest one of Madrid-Barajas airport

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 29/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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In the T1 customs, an agent of the Civil Guard checks a bottle of wine transported by a tourist,. The bottle is suspicious of having drugs inside it

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 31/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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A doctor of the Customs department of the Civil Guard show an X-Ray of a woman who tried to enter the country with "balls" of cocaine in her body, in the T1 customs

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 31/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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Some passengers check their flights in the big screens of the T4 Terminal, in Madrid-Barajas airport

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 30/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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Feld Carlos I (name invented by himself) is an Indian homeless who lives in the first floor of the T1 terminal of Madrid-Barajas airport. He says he's the Imperial Majesty Emperor King Eternal Life and that he closed the airport on the 1st of May 2005 and turned it into a Popular Imperial and Royal Palace. There are some other homeless living in the same terminal since some time ago

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 29/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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Passengers in the People Mover, the train without driver that connects the T4 Terminal and the T4-S (Satellite) at Madrid-Barajas airport, as they cross with another train

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 31/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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The area of Arrivals and Baggage claim in the T4. Inaugurated on february 2006, the T4 Terminal is the newest one of Madrid-Barajas airport

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 29/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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Passengers heading to check-in areas in the T2 Terminal

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 31/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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Daphne (19 months) as she plays with her mother Giuditta in the kindergarden of the T4 Terminal at Madrid-Barajas airport. The baby's father is from Nicaragua and Giuditta is Italian. This is Daphne's third travel by plane

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 30/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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The area of Arrivals and Baggage claim in the T4. Inaugurated on february 2006, the T4 Terminal is the newest one of Madrid-Barajas airport

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 30/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.

 

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A passenger gets on the free bus that connects terminals T1, T2, T3 and T4. Inaugurated on february 2006, the T4 Terminal is the newest one of Madrid-Barajas airport

Madrid-Barajas, Madrid, Espagne - 29/10/2007

Exclusivity for Picturetank only in France and Belgium Not written model release, but we were accreditated by AENA, the company that manages airports in Spain.



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