Malaga airport has established as a prefered low cost flight destination in Spain, growth that is particularly accentuated during the summer months, a season chosen by a large number of tourists in search of sun and sand….so when is the best month to visit Malaga?
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Low cost carrier Ryanair were recently voted Europe’s least popular short-haul airline by the readers of consumer publication ‘Which?’, despite recently taking measures by the firm to improve customer service and the overall public image of the company. Ryanair operates nearly 40 routes from Malaga airport, and is often credited with revolutionizing the travel industry […]
EasyJet has included the Costa del Sol among the destinations that will have new flights to Great Britain from the coming months.
For next winter, the low cost airline Jet2.com will increase flights to Malaga from Manchester, Belfast, Glasgow, Blackpool, Edinburgh, Newcastle, Leeds Bradford and East Midlands.
The weekly flights increase from 14 to 16 to El Prat, from three to four to Malaga airport and from four to five to Palma de Mallorca
After Ryanair announced last week that for the following winter season they would be reducing frequencies due to the increase of airport taxes in Barajas and El Prat -a cut that will have consequences in the connections between Santiago and Madrid or Barcelona-, the Irish company has now surprisingly announced an increase of flights from Lavacolla in the month of August. To be precise, they will be increasing the routes that connect Santiago airport to Barcelona, Mallorca and Malaga. This way, in the case of the flights to Barcelona, the daily frequencies will be increasing from two to three on Mondays and Fridays, leaving the rest of the days of the week with two. This way, the weekly frequencies go from 14 to 16.
The airline Helitt Airlines will be reinforcing their route between Malaga and Melilla with two new frequencies as from the third of September. These connections will be operating every Monday and Wednesday till the 27th of October.
In a press note, Helitt informed that these new frequencies will be leaving Melilla at 07:30 and at 18:20 to land at Malaga airport at 08:10 and at 19:05, respectively.
The tickets for Iberia Express, already on sale in travel agencies, will not be available on its website until the middle of next week, nor through call-centres, as to do so, the company requires the corresponding IATA and ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organisation) codes, but can be purchased through Iberia, so until next week the prices will remain the same as Iberia’s.
The new low-cost airline company, Volotea Airlines will be connecting the cities of Malaga and Venice with three flights a week as from the following 5th of April, becoming the first one to operate this route.
Volotea, founded by Carlos Muñoz and Lazaro Ros, also promoters of Vueling Airlines, begin their activity at the Venice-Marco Polo Airport, operating a total of 14 routes, that include another three Spanish destinations as well as Malaga airport, Alicante, Bilbao and Santiago de Compostela.