UK holidaymakers who are dead set on some sunshine for their holidays will no doubt be familiar with the ever-popular Spanish region of Malaga. Full of charm and never lacking in Spanish tradition, Malaga holidays are the answer for sun-starved Brits.
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Spain's fourth busiest air travel hub, Malaga Airport is only 8km from the coastal city of Malaga itself. Also known as Pablo Ruiz Picasso Airport after the world famous alternative artist, the airport operates three terminals and is expected to open a second runway after some heavy investment from the Spanish Government.
This second runway is due to be opened sometime in 2011 and will aid the capacity and speed of processing passengers at this critical tourist travel hub. Expect a quicker and more efficient service than before for your next Malaga holiday.
Not only does the airport offer a huge range of luxury stores and boutiques, restaurants and eateries, it also offers a significant opportunity to secure some cheap car hire after arriving on Malaga flights. Even if you decided not to pre-book, car rental is extremely easy and reasonably priced at Malaga airport due to the number of competing firms that base themselves there.
If you would prefer not to hire your own vehicle, transportation links to and from Malaga Airport are extremely well established and maintained. There is a train line that services the airport directly from the centre of Malaga itself, as well as a newly built underground train link.
Similarly, an airport coach facility will bring you straight to the Malaga bus link, meaning that you have the full range of public transport options to convey you to your holiday resort after touching down on your flight to Malaga.
There is even talk of the train link from Malaga Airport being extended all the way to Gibraltar itself. However, if it is to happen at all, this should be not expected until 2015 at the earliest. So train based holidays to Gibraltar from Malaga may have to wait a little longer!
For now, enjoy the sunshine-fuelled delights of more of Spain's most popular tourist destinations.
It takes approximately 3 hours to fly to Malaga from the UK.
The IATA airport code for Malaga Airport is AGP. This will appear on your ticket.
The average temperature of Malaga in January is 16°C.
Airlines that fly to Malaga include Thomson, easyJet, Air Berlin, British Airways, Monarch, bmibaby, Iberia, Ryanair, Flybe, Jet2, flythomascook, Air Europa, Air France - and you can book them all at discounted prices with us.