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Madrid Airport - layover/immigration question

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Hi folks! First-time poster here, lookin for some help :)

In February, my girlfriend and I are scheduled to fly into Madrid from the U.S., via a connection in Istanbul, through Turkish Airlines. Our flight lands Sunday night at 10:55pm.

Due to some changes in plans, I'm now hoping we can book a new flight, as early as possible on Monday, from Madrid to Morocco (probably via Ryan Air).

Is it possible to do such an overnight layover in the Madrid airport, all terminal 1, WITHOUT going through immigration/getting our passport stamped?

I want to avoid officially entering the Schengen area - we have changed plans for Europe a few months later, so I'm hoping to not start our 180-day counter in February.

Thanks so much for the advice, folks :) :)

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