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.
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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.
Malaga airport even before starting the high season, has recorded in April the highest number of passengers
The Costa del Sol in southern Spain is the centre of vitality and melting pot of many cultures. The sun coast with miles of beaches bears her name in all honors, with more than 320 cloudless days a year. Málaga, capital of the Costa del Sol is one of the oldest cities in Europe. Today Malaga is a lively port, commercial and university city, which is worth a visit any time of the year. With the expansion of Malaga airport, the region now has one of the most modern airports in Europe with a huge range of destinations
Due to the southern latitude and protecting high mountains, on the Costa del Sol autumn passes seamlessly into spring and the sun is over the coming months the predominant element. Who is visiting Malaga in autumn or winter, is very well advised with a car hire at Malaga airport, as this time of year there are excellent opportunities to explore the beautiful region of Malaga at very low prices. For instance, the price for a Ford Ka for a whole week is only 52 pounds, that is, your car rental for 7.40 pounds a day
British Airways turns its attention towards Malaga and Malaga airport in its expansion of flights for the upcoming summer season, which starts on March 27th, 2011. The company announced yesterday that it will double the daily flights offered in this campaign between the capital of the Costa del Sol and the UK. British thus joins the largest air corridor originating in the UK, Malaga-Gatwick
The general strike in Spain was convened for the 29th of September by the C.C.O.O. (Workers’ Commissions) and U.G.T. (General Workers’ Union). This strike will affect especially public services, such as hospitals, schools, courts or public transport. The Ministry of Public Works has agreed with unions on minimum services both in the air transport and railway. Some flights may be cancelled, affecting also Car hire Malaga airport companies