In early 2006, the first driverless transit system in Spain, and the longest airport people mover system in Europe, began transporting passengers between a new terminal and a new satellite terminal at Madrid's Barajas International Airport. Deploying the CITYFLO 550 automatic train control technology, the system is the only mode of transportation for passengers between the two terminals, which are spaced more than two kilometres apart.
Bombardier was the full turnkey supplier for the completely underground system, including the construction of the civil works, and is operating and maintaining the system.
|Bombardier Scope of Work||Full Turnkey - Design Build Operate Maintain|
|System Length-total||2.7 km (1.7 mi.)|
|Number of Stations||2 (Phase I)|
|Start of Revenue Service||2006|
|Fleet Size||19 INNOVIA APM 100 vehicles|