Flights to Malaga this summer 2023
From which cities there are flights to Malaga this summer 2023?
This summer Malaga airport offers flights to Malaga from 146 destinations with almost 50 airlines. Find out from where you can fly to Malaga.
Are you planning to come to the Costa del Sol in summer? Then take a look at our complete list of flights to Malaga. There is a huge offer of both national and international flights. And also destinations as far away as Canada, Turkey or Doha, among others. The last two being major hubs connecting to the Middle East and Asia.
Of course there are plenty of flights from central Europe such as Germany and Great Britain to the Costa del Sol. Also as well from Paris, which is another great hub for connecting flights to the USA.
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Domestic flights to Malaga summer 2023
Malaga airport for this summer 2023 has a total of 17 domestic destinations.
Barcelona (Vueling and Ryanair)
Bilbao (Vueling and Volotea)
Gran Canaria (Vueling and Ryanair)
Lanzarote (Vueling and Ryanair)
Madrid (Air Europa, Air Nostrum, Iberia and Iberia Express)
Melilla (Air Nostrum)
Oviedo (Vueling and Volotea)
Palma de Mallorca (Vueling and Ryanair)
Santiago de Compostela (Vueling and Ryanair)
Tenerife North (Vueling)
Tenerife South (Ryanair)
Valencia (Ryanair and Air Nostrum)
International flights to Malaga summer 2023
There is no lack of international flights to Malaga this summer.
Vienna is served by Austrian Airlines, Ryanair and Wizz Air Hungary.
From Belgium this 4th summer there are 4 possible destinations:
Antwerp (Tui Fly Belgium)
Brussels (Brussels Airlines, Tui Fly Belgium, Vueling and Ryanair)
Liège (Tui Fly Belgium)
Ostend (Tui Fly Belgium)
From Sofia you can fly to Malaga with Bulgaria Air, Ryanair and Wizz Air Hungary.
A connection to Montreal is available again with Air Transat.
If you want to fly to Prague this summer, you can do it with Eurowings, Smartwings and Ryanair.
You can fly to Zagreb from Malaga with Ryanair.
From Denmark there are 4 possible cities.
Aalborg (Norwegian Air Shuttle).
Billund (Vueling and Ryanair).
Copenhagen (Ryanair, Scandinavian Airlines System, Norwegian Air Shuttle Aoc As, Norwegian Air Sweden Aoc Ab and Vueling)
Tallinn (Air Baltic)
To Helsinki we can fly with Finnair, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Norwegian and Air Sweden).
Tampere (Air Baltic)
From France you can choose between 6 airports to fly to Malaga.
Lyon (Transavia, Vueling and Volotea)
Marseille (Ryanair and Vueling).
Paris/Charles de Gaulle (Air France and Easyjet Europe).
Paris/Orly (Transavia France and Vueling).
There are a total of 10 destinations available in Germany:
Baden Württemberg (Ryanair).
Berlin (Easyjet Europe and Ryanair).
Cologne (Eurowings and Ryanair).
Dusseldorf (Eurowings and Ryanair).
Frankfurt (Lufthansa and Ryanair).
Hamburg (Eurowings and Ryanair).
Munich (Vueling and Lufthansa).
You can also fly this summer from Malaga to Budapest with Wizz Air Hungary and Ryanair.
Our Irish friends this summer can fly to Malaga from:
Cork (Ryanair and Aer Lingus)
Dublin (Ryanair and Aer Lingus)
From Italy there is a very good offer of flights available from the following cities:
Milan (Ryanair and Easyjet Europe).
Rome (Ryanair and Vueling).
Flights to Riga are available with Ryanair and Air Baltic.
From Kaunas there are flights to Malaga available with Ryanair.
From Luxembourg you can fly to Malaga with Luxair.
Morocco this summer also has a strong presence at Malaga airport with the following connections:
Casablanca (Air Arabia Morocco).
Fez (Ryanair and Air Arabia Maroc).
Marrakesh (Vueling and Ryanair).
Nador (Royal Air Maroc, Ryanair, Air Arabaia Maroc).
Tangier (Ryanair, Air Arabia Maroc and Royal Air Maroc).
You can fly to Malaga from some of the main Dutch airports.
Amsterdam (Easyjet Europe, Corendon Dutch Airlines B.V., K.LM. Royal Dutch Airlines, Vueling, Transavia and Ryanair).
Eindhoven (Ryanair and Transavia).
From Norway this summer you can escape to the Costa del Sol from:
Bergen (Norwegian Air Shuttle)
Oslo/Gardermoen (Jetair APS, Norwegian Air Shuttle and Scandinavian Airlines System)
Oslo/Sandefjord (Norwegian Air Shuttle and Ryanair)
Stavanger (Norwegian Air Shuttle)
Trondheim (Norwegian Air Shuttle)
Poland this summer is connected to Malaga with 4 airports:
Warsaw (Wizz Air Hungary)
From Portugal there are flights to Malaga available from:
Lisbon (TAP Portugal, Easyjet).
The United Kingdom is the strongest issuer of flights to the Costa del Sol this summer, with a total of 20 airports.
Belfast (Jet2.com and Easyjet).
Birmingham (Ryanair, Tui Airways and Jet2.com).
Bristol (Ryanair, Easyjet Europe, Easyjet and Tui Airways).
Cardiff (Tui Airways, Vueling and Ryanair).
Doncaster (Tui Airways and Wizz Air UK).
East Midlands (Ryanair, Tui Airways and Jet2.com).
Edinburgh (Jet2.com and Ryanair).
Glasgow (Jet2.com, Ryanair, Easyjet and Tui Airways).
Leeds (Jet2.com and Ryanair).
Liverpool (Easyjet and Ryanair).
London/Heathrow (British Airways).
London/Gatwick (Vueling, Easyjet, Ryanair, Wizz Air UK, Tui Airways and Easyjet Europe).
London (BA Cityflyer LTD).
London/Luton (Helvetic Airways AG, Easyjet, Wizz Air UK and Ryanair).
London/Stansted (Ryanair, Ryanair UK Limited, Jet2.com).
Manchester (Easyjet, Tui Airways, Easyjet Europe, Ryanair UK Limited, Ryanair and Jet2.com).
Newcastle (Ryanair and Jet2.com).
From Bucharest there are flights available to Malaga with: Blue Air Aviation and Wizz Air Hungary and from Cluj Napoca with Wizz Air Hungary.
Belgrade (Air Serbia)
Our Nordic friends can fly into the sun this summer from:
Stockholm/Arlanda (Norwegian Air Shuttle, Ryanair, Eurowings, Norwegian Air Sweden and Scandinavian Airlines System).
Gothenburg (Scandinavian Airlines System, Norwegian Air Shuttle and Ryanair).
From Switzerland there are 3 cities available:
Basel (Easyjet Switzerland).
Geneva (Easyjet Switzerland, Swiss International Air Lines and Easyjet Europe).
Zurich (Swiss International Air Lines and Vueling).
Turkey offers with its hub in Istanbul the possibility of a bridge to the Middle East and Asia with Turkish Airlines.