We are going to give you information and advice about Malaga flights. If you are planning to take a flight to Malaga or from our airport this article might be useful.
National flights to Malaga
Daily Flights from Malaga are available to the following destinations in Spain: Alicante, Asturias, Bilbao, Barcelona, Ceuta, Gran Canaria, León, Madrid, Melilla, Palma de Mallorca, Salamanca, Santiago de Compostela, Tenerife, Valencia and Zaragoza.
These airlines operate at the Malaga airport departures lounge:
- Air Europe (+34 902 410 501)
- Binter Canarias (+34 928 579 601)
- Iberia (+34 902 400 500)
- Spanair (+34 902 131 415)
International flights to Malaga
Numerous airlines provide flights to Malaga from destinations all over Europe, mainly from the UK and Germany, in fact they represent more than 30% of Malaga airport’s arrivals. Budget airlines are an increasingly popular way of flying to the Costa del Sol; particularly for those who want to travel there from smaller airports in the UK. Every year, millions of passengers choose to fly to Malaga with these budget airlines.
Budget airlines are considerably cheaper as you don’t get anything on the flight apart from your seat, unless you pay for it onboard.
Food and drinks are expensive on budget flights and the choice is limited. You can save money by taking your own or buying it beforehand at the airport. Other airlines are also following this trend; for example, Iberia no longer provide a newspaper on their flights leaving after 10am and you now have to pay for the food on their European flights.
However, there are still airlines where you do get a paper, the chance to watch a video and drinks & meal included in the price of the flight.
Finally, we recommend to visit our section about Malaga airport news to know if there is a new direct connection to your airport.