Malaga airport during this exercise is breaking the downward trend in passenger numbers that began with the economic crisis. In fact, estimates for this period include an increase by 10% and more than 13 million passengers, a figure not reached since 2007, when the facility had its record year with 13,5 million passengers.
Category: Malaga Airport
Malaga airport registered in may 1,3 million passengers. The performance of the airport is a major tourism thermometer in the Costa del Sol. When it increases numbers it means that the business expectations are good because there are more people in the destination and, for now, everything goes smoothly.
In the first five months of the year have already passed through the airport, now officially named Malaga airport Costa del Sol in the statistics, 4.5 million passengers, representing an increase of 14.3% over the same period last year earlier, according to data provided by Spanish Airports and Air Navigation (Aena).
British Airways (BA) opened, starting today, a new connection between Malaga airport and London City Airport, the most central of the British capital, with four weekly flights (Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays), the company reported today.
The brand Costa del Sol is giving name to Malaga Airport. The Official State Bulletin (BOE) published yesterday the change of the official name ‘Malaga Airport’, into ‘Malaga airport-Costa del Sol‘ from now on.
Delta Airlines, the world’s largest airline operating under a single certificate, will resume next Thursday, June 2, the direct flights between Malaga airport and New York.
The Malaga airport passengers have the possibility in the coming days to enjoy a temporary exhibition in Terminal 3 facilities. Continue reading to know more about this exhibition by clicking on the link.
During the summer months Malaga airport offers more attractive destinations with connecting flights through the airline Vueling. In this way, through the airport El Prat in Barcelona, the capital of the Costa del Sol is linked with the cities of Zurich (Switzerland), Genoa (Italy), Bordeaux (France), Warsaw (Poland) and the islands of Mykonos (Greece), Fuerteventura and Lanzarote in the Canary Islands.
From June will be offered at Malaga airport more direct flights to the main tourist destinations of the Canary Islands, Lanzarote and Tenerife. The flights will be operated twice weekly.
According to data released yesterday by the Spanish Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Trade, Malaga airport is the third Spanish airport used by low cost airlines after El Prat in Barcelona and Madrid Barajas.