On November 14 there will be a general strike in Spain. How does this affect the public transport if you travel during this day?
There will be ensured the circulation of 30% of regular commuter trains. This means that between Malaga airport, Malaga city and the resorts of the Costa del Sol there are trains every hour instead of every 20 minutes.
There will be running only a 20% of the high-speed trains (AVE) between Malaga, Cordoba and Madrid.
Regarding air transport, there will be only 10% of domestic flights, 20 % of flights to European destinations and 40% & of flights to destinations outside of Europe.
Regarding bus traffic, there will be circulating 25% of the usual services; while maritime transfer has fixed three services each way between the mainland and the Balearic Islands, one to Melilla and the Canary Islands, and two to Ceuta.
Please contact your travel agent / airline to see if your flight has been cancelled or rescheduled. Airlines at Malaga airport
At this link you can find the schedule of the commuter trains Malaga-airport-Fuengirola and if you don´t want to take any chances you can book a transfer at Malaga airport.