Anybody who has passed recently through Malaga airport will have found a modern airport with a wide variety of shops, restaurants and services. In addition, the recent works have facilitated its access by road, without forgetting its commuter train station. But it was not always like that, here are some interesting facts about Malaga airport:
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The recent strike by French Air Traffic Control caused significant disruption to flights across Europe. A number of low cost carriers cancelled flights altogether, while passengers flying to and from Malaga airport faced substantial delays. Thankfully, industrial action on this scale is infrequent, but if you’re unlucky enough to be stuck in the airport with time to kill, what can you do to keep yourself (and younger passengers) entertained while you wait to board? Play airport games of course!
Queuing is said to be a very British past-time, and if you’re one of the millions of visitors who fly into Spain every year, than standing in line is something you’ll be more than familiar with. Here’s one way to beat one of the longest queues at Malaga Airport. From check in, through security and […]
As in the rest of Europe, in Spain we have some strict laws about carrying children in vehicles. The safety of younger passengers travelling in any of our rental cars is very important to us here at www.malagaairportcarhire.com, even though as the driver of the vehicle, it will be your legal responsibility to ensure ALL […]
Airport food has come a long way in recent years. Malaga airport now boasts a range of restaurants and cafes, including one from a Michelin starred Chef! Eating a decent meal at an airport used to be a tall order. The questionable canteen-style facilities of old had a notorious reputation (think greasy, fast food, dried-up […]
In a few weeks’ time is scheduled the opening of the southern access road to Malaga Airport which allows entry to the airport facilities directly from the motorway A-7
Melilla Airport will be offering new connections to the airports in Malaga and Madrid as from the 1st of January 2012, and that will be operated by the Andalusian company Helitt Airlines, which is based in Malaga. The route between Melilla and Madrid has a new arrival flight available (Madrid-Melilla) on Fridays and another departure flight (Melilla-Madrid) on Sundays
On the same day that the World Travel Market (WTM) in London closed its gates, Malaga-Costa del Sol airport revealed the monthly statistics of its visiting passengers, in which it clearly shows the importance of British tourism in Malaga. Almost four out of ten passengers that passed through Malaga’s terminal last month, over 1.2 million, were from the UK, more than 36% to be precise.