April 24th, 2013 by Air Malaga
Air Berlin take off at Malaga airport
The airline Air Berlin will increase this summer in six the number of direct flights between the airport Malaga-Costa del Sol and European destinations, in particular, Palma de Mallorca, Vienna (Austria) and the German cities of Cologne, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Munich, Stuttgart and Berlin. Thus the German airline connects the capital of the Costa del Sol directly with eight destinations in 44 weekly frequencies.
Malaga connects also, with a scale, with 28 other international destinations, and through the hub of Abu Dhabi the connection increases in 14 other destinations, thanks to cooperation with Etihad Airways, such as, among others, Johannesburg, Bahrain, Bangkok, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Sydney or the Maldives. Read more »
April 22nd, 2013 by Air Malaga
Cancelled Lufthansa flights
The strike of Lufthansa ground staff on Monday caused the cancellation of 22 flights the airline usually operates between Madrid Barajas and the German of Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Munich and Frankfurt.
Lufthansa, Germany’s largest airline, has cancelled on Monday 1,688 of 1,720 flights that were scheduled to take off in the country, more than 99%.
The labour protest means multimillion losses for the airline and generates problems for thousands of passengers at major airports in the country, local media predicted today. Read more »
April 15th, 2013 by Air Malaga
Malaga Airport Hotels
Passing tourists increasingly choose this type of accommodation for convenience and price. Travellers and executives with an early flight are among the main guests of these establishments. After a night in the hotel, tourists travel to second homes or other cities.
The budget hotels located near Malaga airport have become a booming option, especially for travellers who are passing through the city, have a flight early in the morning or prefer to stopover before leaving to their holiday destination.
The comfort that means being located so close to the airport for a reasonable price has also led to many executives, especially SMEs, to choose this type of accommodation. Most of them usually have very early flights and thus highly value this location, according to the director of Hotel Campanile Malaga. The average stay of these customers, which do not book in advance, usually one to two days. Read more »
April 3rd, 2013 by Air Malaga
At Malaga airport has already begun the high season for airlines which will last until the end of October. This summer the capital of the Costa del Sol will have a 10.1% more seats and 8.9% more scheduled flights from European destinations. Of these, more than 80% of the seats offered by the companies are on flights to international airports.
There will be reinforced the routes with the UK market, but this year there is mostly a significant increase in connections with Germany. So, of these 22 new routes, seven (32% of total) connect the Costa del Sol with the German market and will join the existing 19 routes in summer 2012 from Germany. Read more »
March 18th, 2013 by Air Malaga
T3 Malaga airport-Costa del Sol
Malaga airport-Costa del Sol expands its direct connections with Germany, in particular, with the cities of Dortmund and Hanover.
The new route to Dortmund, the seventh largest city in Germany, was released yesterday. Ryanair is the low-cost carrier that operates this connection with a frequency of three flights a week on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
On the other hand, the Spanish low cost airline Vueling launches its flights to Hannover tomorrow, also with three flights a week, on Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays.