If you’re planning to catch a flight to Malaga from London airport (LCY), you may need further information about this or other alternative airports, continue reading to discover more details and how to get to London airport in the UK.
Situated in the Newham district in east London, it’s London’s fifth airport in importance, behind Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton and Stansted.
Since the official inauguration of the airport, 3 enlargements have been carried out that have extended the runway to make the landings a lot easier.
London airport has been experimenting a considerable constant increase of passengers every year of up to 20%, being an important complement to the four airports in London, specially for the passengers on business.
The airplanes that tend to use London airport are small and for medium distances although its runways are compatible for even an Airbus A318.
- Air France
With flights to Dublin, Geneva, Nice, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Paris-Orly, Zurich and Belfast.
With flights to Milan.
- British Airways
With flights to Edinburg, Frankfurt, Glasgow-International, Madrid, Malaga airport, Amsterdam, Zurich, Barcelona, Nice and New York JFK airport.
With flights to the Isle of Man.
A Dutch airline with flights to Amsterdam.
With flights to different destinations in Germany.
- Luxair (Luxemburg)
- Scandinavian Airlines (Copenhagen, Oslo, Stockholm)
- Scot Airways (Dundee, Edinburg)
- Swiss Air Lines (With flights to Switzerland)
- VLM Airlines
With flights to Amsterdam, Ambers, Brussels, Isle of Man, Jersey, Luxemburg, Manchester and Rotterdam.
London airport can also refer to any of the airports serving London below:
London Heathrow airport (LHR)
Gatwick airport (LGW)
Stansted airport (STN)
Luton airport (LTN)
London city airport (LCY)
Southend airport (SEN)
Oxford airport (OXF)
Biggin Hill airport (BQH)
Lydd airport (LYX)
Flights from London to Malaga are operated by the following airlines: