|Malaga international airport is the largest airport of Andalucia and main gateway to the Costa del Sol in Southern Spain There is a direct raillink between the airport and nearby downtown Malaga. The same railway goes from the airport long the coast to Torremolinos and beyond. In 2011 you could take a direct bus from the airport towards Marbeilla.|
|Location: 8 km
from the city center, near the coast, which is the Costa
del Sol. Malaga and Seville are
the largest cities of the region of Andalusia, Spain.
Railway: the airport has a railway station which is right in front of terminal 2 in 2009 untill the real railway station in from of terminal 3 is ready. You can catch a local train to Malaga.
Terminals: In August 2010 terminal 3 is brand new, and terminal 2 which is adiacent is also in use.
Passengers: The 3th terminal was under construction in 2007, and in 2007 already over 13,5 million passengers used the airport. Terminal 1 is small, and in 2009 almost all flights used terminal 2. Terminal 1 and 2 are adjoining buildings and connected internally. In 2010 Malaga airport is much larger than Seville airport.
Arrivals: In 2010 many of the flight to and from Malaga airport are seasonal.They bring tourists during the Summer to the Spanish Costa del Sol. Dusseldorf - Brussels
Destinations: Valencia - Barcelona - Brussels - Amsterdam
Malaga international airport is the largest airport of Andalucia and main gateway to the Costa del Sol. In 2011 the aiport has a brand new terminal building (opened in 2009), with the adiacent previous main terminal building still in use by low cost airlines (Easyjet, Ryanair). In 2010 the airway station at the aiport was still under construction. Malaga airport serves mondaine Marbeilla and the historical city of Granada. There is a direct raillink between the airport and nearby downtown Malaga. The same railway goes from the airport long the coast to Torremolinos and beyond. With 13,5 million passengers in 2007 a second runway was planned. The airport offers good connections from the tourists from all over Europe, but these flights are often limited to the Summer season.
Malaga is the largest city of the province of Andalucia in Southern Spain. See Malaga ... It's a port city with a 2500 year old history. Andalucia has been under Arab rule for centuries. Originally Seville was the dominant Andalusian city under colonial times, but in modern times Malaga has taken over the position of largest city. Malaga photo collection >>>
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