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Flight to Málaga: Overview
|Main Airport||Málaga-Costa del Sol|
|Direct Connections from the UK||Manchester, London, Leeds, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Belfast|
|Direct Connections from Europe||Paris, Brussels, Rome, Berlin, Amsterdam|
|Distance from airport||8 kilometres/5 miles|
|Avg Train Ticket Price||£ 49.29|
Main Airlines and Routes Flying to Málaga from the UK
As a leading holiday destination for British travellers, the Spanish coastal town of Málaga is well-served with direct flights from many regional airports as well as those in and around London. British Airways offers departures from London City Airport (LCN) and Heathrow (LHR), Ryanair operates flights to Málaga Airport (AGP) from Stansted (STN), and easyJet flights to Málaga leave Gatwick (LGW). Direct flight time is just under 3 hours.
Flights to Málaga from the UK: Airlines & Departure Airports
Which London airports have direct flights to Málaga? London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London City and London Stansted.
Tips for Booking Cheap Flights to Málaga
How far in advance to book flights to Málaga? For the cheapest prices book flights to Malaga at least 7 weeks in advance.
What are the cheapest and most expensive months to book flights to Málaga? The cheapest months to travel to Málaga are usually April and May. The most expensive flights to Málaga are during the summer,Málaga is Tuesday.
Airport Information and Getting to the City Centre
What are the main airports in Málaga? Málaga-Costa del Sol Airport is the main airport.
How to get from the airport to the city centre? Málaga airport is located around 9 kilometres southwest of the city. Passengers can get into town by train which runs 3 times per hour throughout the day to Málaga-Centro station in the city centre. Another option is to take bus 75 which runs from the airport into the city every 20 minutes between 7:00 a.m. and midnight.
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