Flights from Germany to Malaga this summer season

If you are planning to book flights from Germany to Malaga Airport, you will be glad to know that during this summer season (which lasts from March to October) you are spoilt for choice.

Specifically, between March and September of this year, some 700,000 airline seats will be offered to the Costa del Sol, which is 14.3% more than in the same months of the previous year.

The popularity of the Costa del Sol as a holiday destination has not stopped growing, each year surpassing the previous year’s records.

The number of German tourists arriving on the Costa del Sol in 2023 was around 730,000. This is an increase of 26.3% over 2022.

Flights from Germany to Malaga

Malaga airport from the window of a plane
Arriving at Malaga airport. View from the window of a plane

In addition to the 700,000 flight seats to the Costa del Sol, there will be a new connection with Hannover. From this city are available 16,380 seats during this period.

The cities of Frankfurt, Düsseldorf and Berlin lead the offer with 129,108, 136,636 and 88,076 seats respectively.

There are a total of 13 destinations available in Germany

  • Baden Baden (Ryanair)
  • Berlin (Easyjet Europe and Ryanair)
  • Köln (Eurowings and Ryanair)
  • Düsseldorf (Eurowings and Ryanair)
  • Düsseldorf/Weeze (Ryanair)
  • Frankfurt (Lufthansa and Ryanair)
  • Frankfurt/Hahn (Ryanair)
  • Hamburg (Eurowings and Ryanair)
  • Hannover (Eurowings)
  • Memmingen (Ryanair)
  • München (Vueling, Norwegian and Lufthansa)
  • Nürnberg (Ryanair)
  • Stuttgart (Eurowings)

According to recently published data, German tourists give the Costa del Sol a score close to outstanding.

They travel mainly with their families and couples and they travel by plane. Their main motivations are sun and beach, inland, culture and leisure. And they spend around 143 euros per day on the Costa del Sol during their stay.

Boarding queue Credit Depositphotos
Boarding queue Credit Depositphotos

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