Malaga International Airport | Costa del Sol | Spain | Mijas | Andalusia

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The 'Pablo Ruiz Picasso' airport in Malaga is situated 8 km out of Malaga city, and offers links to the rest of the Costa del Sol. There are more than 60 airlines that fly to and from the airport, with flights to over 20 Spanish cities and more than 100 cities across Europe. The IATA code for this airport is AGP.

Malaga International Airport is the 4th busiest airport of Spain and is very important for the tourism in the Costa del Sol. in 2012, more then 12.5 million passengers used this airport. In total the airport has 3 terminals and recently opened a second runway in June 2012.

National and international flights have Malaga as destination. Ryanair, Vueling, British Midland, Delta (U.S) and Airberlin, among others, all operate from this airport. During the summer season, you even have direct flights from Africa, the Middle East and North America.

Malaga airport is one of the oldest airports in Spain that stayed at its original location. It opened first in 1919.
It currently holds 164 check in desks and 48 boarding gates. Terminal 1, the first terminal, is due for refurbishments and is rarely used. Terminal 2 dates from 1991 and is currently only used to allow passengers to transfer between terminals and gates. Terminal 3 is the main terminal for passengers and was opened in 2009.

With the construction of the new terminal, the airport also increased his car park now offering 7 floors of car parks with a total capacity of 2500 spaces for cars and 66 for coaches. The car hire desks are located in the level below arriving hall. The Train station for trains to Fuengirola, Benalmadena or Torremolinos is located underground.

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These are the contact details of Malaga International Airport | Costa del Sol | Spain, so you can make your reservation or ask any questions.

Address: Avda. Comandante García Morato, s/n

Telephone/Fax 952 04 88 38

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