September 4th
2017

Flights to Malaga Airport

Flights to Malaga Airport are regularly available from the following cities and airports:

Flights from:

These are the most popular flight routes to Malaga from European airports:

 

These are the main destinations all over England, with their respective airports, from where the British travellers fly into Malaga:

  • Birmingham to Malaga

    • Monarch Airlines operate their service every day between BHX and AGP during high season, which drops to 5 days a week in the winter months.
    • ThomsonFly offer services on Sundays and Mondays.
  • Blackpool to Malaga

    • Jet2 offer 2 flights a week in off season, on Fridays and Sundays. This is increased to 5 days a week in the summer months.
  • Bristol to Malaga

  • Coventry to Malaga

    • ThomsonFly operate a full service every weekday during high season between Coventry and Malaga.
  • Doncaster Sheffield to Malaga

    • ThomsonFly offer direct flights to Malaga up to 4 times a week in peak season.
  • Durham Tees Valley to Malaga

    • Flights from MME airport to Malaga are provided by Air France and KLM Royal Dutch.
  • East Midlands to Malaga

    • Jet2 fly from EMA to Malaga every day over the summer months.
  • Exeter to Malaga

    • FlyBe offer flights from Exeter to Malaga 5 days a week in high season.
  • Gatwick to Malaga

    • British Airways offer flights to Malaga most days of the week throught the year.
    • EasyJet fly from Gatwick to Malaga every day.
    • Monarch Airlines fly at least twice a day every day in high season between London Gatwick and Malaga.
    • ThomsonFly provide flights to Malaga from Gatwick 5 days a week in the summer.
  • Heathrow to Malaga

    • British Airways offer flights to Malaga most days of the week throught the year.
  • Leeds Bradford to Malaga

    • Jet2 fly from Leeds-Bradford to Malaga every day of the week during high season.
  • Liverpool to Malaga

    • easyJet provide service between Liverpool LPL and Malaga AGP every day.
  • Luton to Malaga

    • easyJet offer flights from London Luton to Malaga AGP every day of the week.
    • Monarch Airlines provide at least one service between Luton and Malaga every day in high season, with 3 flights every Sunday.
    • ThomsonFly operate a service 3 days a week to Malaga.
  • Manchester to Malaga

    • Jet2 offer a flight to Malaga every day during summer months.
    • Monarch Airlines offer flights from Manchester to Malaga at least twice a day during high season.
    • ThomsonFly offer 5 flights a week in high season.
  • Newcastle to Malaga

    • easyJet offer flights from Newcastle to Malaga every day of the year.
    • Jet2 provide a service 4 days a week during high season.
    • ThomsonFly go from Newcastle to Malaga at least once per week.
  • Norwich to Malaga

    • FlyBe were providing a service from Norwich to Malaga, but it is not in operation at the moment.
  • Southampton to Malaga

    • FlyBe offer flights from Southampton to Malaga 5 times a week during the summer.
  • Stansted to Malaga

    • easyJet offer flights from London Stansted to Malaga 6 days a week all year round.

These are the main destinations all over Ireland, with their respective airports, from where the Irish travellers fly into Malaga:

  • Belfast to Malaga

    • AerLingus are starting a service from Belfast International to Malaga in Spring 2008. Under flight code EI0048 they will fly from Belfast every Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday at 7.00am – between March and September.
    • easyJet operate services from BFS every day of the week except Thursdays, under flight codes 6751, 6755, and 6757.
    • Jet2 offer regular flights from International on Thursdays and Sundays, with some Tuesday and Saturday flights also. Flight code LS387.
    • ThomsonFly make trips to Malaga from Belfast International on Sundays only under code FCA8704.
  • Cork to Malaga

    • Aer Lingus fly everyday at 7.00am from Cork to Malaga, under code EI0882.
  • Dublin to Malaga

    • Aer Lingus fly every day of the week, with some days providing more than one service, during summer months.
    • RyanAir fly direct to Malaga every day in high season with 3 flights on Saturdays.
  • Shannon to Malaga

    • RyanAir offer flights to Malaga fro Shannon 3 times a week during high season.

These are the main destinations all over Scotland, with their respective airports, from where the Scottish travellers fly into Malaga:

  • Aberdeen to Malaga

  • Edinburgh to Malaga

    • Ryanair offer flights to Malaga from Edinburgh every day, even in low season.
  • Glasgow to Malaga

    • easyJet fly from Glasgow International to Malaga 4 times a week all year round.

Madrid and Barcelona are the main destinations in Spain, with their respective airports, from where the Spanish travellers fly down south into Malaga:

  • Madrid to Malaga

    • Air Nostrum flies from Madrid to Malaga regularly, as well as from other major Spanish airports.
    • Iberia fly from Madrid to Malaga Airport twice a day.
  • Barcelona to Malaga

    • Ryanair and Vueling fly from Barcelona to Malaga regularly, as well as from other major Spanish airports.

Paris is the main destination in France, with its respective airport (CDG), from where the French travellers fly into Malaga:

  • Paris to Malaga

    • Air Europa fly from Paris to Malaga regularly, as well as from other major Spanish airports.
    • Easyjet fly from Paris to Malaga Airport twice a day but not everyday (check dates).

Berlin is the main destination in Germany, with its respective airport, from where the German travellers fly into Malaga:

  • Berlin to Malaga

    • Air Berlin offer regular services from Berlin-Tegel to Malaga, sometimes with several flights per day.
    • easyJet fly from Berlin-Schoenefeld (SXF) to Malaga on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays under codes 4519 and 4521.
Amsterdam is the main destination in Holland, with its respective airport, from where the Dutch travellers fly into Malaga:

  • Amsterdam to Malaga

    • Transavia operates flights from Amsterdam Schiphol to Malaga at the moment.

Rome is the main destination in Italy, with its respective airport, from where the Italian travellers fly into Malaga:

  • Rome to Malaga

    • Vueling and Alitalia fly from Rome to Malaga regularly, as well as from other major Spanish airports, but not everyday so check dates.

Cardiff is the main destination in Wales, with its respective airport, from where the Welsh travellers fly into Malaga:

  • Cardiff to Malaga

    • ThomsonFly operate services on Tuesdays, Saturdays and Sundays.