The British low cost carrier Jet2.com published yesterday that from March 30, 2012 it will offer direct flights between Malaga airport and the Scottish city of Glasgow.
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There have been finished works of the second airfield at Malaga airport, which will double the airport’s capacity from January 2011. This infrastructure will culminate the “Malaga Plan” regarding the expansion the airport, and allows up to 72 takeoffs and landings each hour.
Due to the economic crisis of recent years it might not be surprising that airlines with more activity at Malaga airport are led by three low-cost airlines.
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.
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.