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Malaga Airport: Information
Malaga Airport: Enjoy Andalucía
Malaga Airport is 8 kilometres west of the city of Malaga and is main flight path for million people arriving on the Costa del Sol each year.
Malaga airport is next to the main A7 coast road that links to the AP7 Autopista del Sol motorway for Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola and Marbella and Gibraltar to the west and Malaga, Nerja.
Malaga Airport is the most important airport of Andalusia, ranking fourth among Spanish airports and the twenty-second in the European Union.
It is also considered as the main entrance and exit of the famous tourism and tourism Costa del Sol and the rest of Andalusia.
Today Malaga Airport is working with Russian airports to open new lines and it is contacting companies and gathering information.
Malaga Airport: Passengers info
The main access of passengers to Malaga airport is from gates located in T2 and T3. The passengers of Malaga Airport must pass a security filter.
Malaga airport has multiple internet access points distributed in terminals T3 and T2.
Malaga Airport offers four parking areas for public parking, responding to different needs: long and short stay, general, heights over 2.10 m. and VIP parking.
Malaga airport Information Desks: in Malaga Airport there are desks from various airlines but also find additional ones in each of the terminals in the arrivals area at the departure hall of T2 of Malaga Airport.
Malaga Airport: Stats
Over the years Malaga Airport has grown and plans continue for further expansion, in response the continuous increase in numbers of travellers.
Malaga Airport is the 26th airport of the world with the most number of delays and cancellations.
12,064,616 passengers used Malaga Airport in 2010. The number of flight operations during this year where 105,631.
Malaga Airport is also considered as the main entrance and exit of the famous tourism and tourism Costa del Sol and the rest of Andalucia.
Malaga airport closed the first quarter of 2013 with a very good balance: Malaga Airportis the absolute leader growth in passenger arrivals low-cost airlines to Spain.
Malaga Airport Destinations
The main international destinations from Malaga Airport are are to London, Dublin and Manchester. For local destinations, Malaga Airport connects with Madrid-Barajas Airport, Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca Airport.
Malaga Airport: Parking Info
Malaga airport has several parking spaces for both short and longer stays, indoor and outdoors and all of them have sites reserved for disabled people.
The P1 of Malaga Airport has 1533 places; the P2 Malaga Airport has 968 places. The General Aviation parking with 47 spaces. There is also a hire car parks at both terminals of Malaga Airport, one with a capacity of 743 cars and the other with 310.
Malaga Airport: Growth
Malaga airport has 1.28 million passengers last month. It is translated in a 5.6 per cent more than in the same month last year.
Autorities have announced recently that Malaga Airport is one of the facilities in Andalucia which is to receive EU funds to carry out developments to improve transport and communications.
Malaga Airport: Terminal T3
Terminal 3 of Malaga Airport opened in March 2010 with the construction of the second runway due to open at the beginning of 2012 and a new underground railway station.
There are some tourist offices near Malaga Airport. Feel free to find information about your trip.
Malaga Airport: Flight connections
The commercial area inside Malaga airport building has recently been improved and is the most important of South Spain.
Malaga airport ranks fourth in Spain and 22 in the EU. Malaga airport serves to more than 12.5 million passengers per year.
Malaga Airport: Services
There are 9 rest points in Malaga Airport, a wide selection of bars, restaurants, bank cash points, postal and Internet services, pharmacy and children's play area.
Malaga airport also organizes cultural activities, housing the National Museum of Airports and Air Transport you to know the history of aviation from around the country and supports school visits.