Malaga is so easy to get to from the UK & Ireland making it a very popular place to come on holiday. This year, 2016, it has been great to see so many new flight routes added to Malaga, so much so, they even had to open the second runway at Easter to cope with the extra amount of flights and passengers passing through the airport. A busy Malaga Airport also means a busy Costa Del Sol, and we can tell you this year so far has been one of the busiest since the recession. Restaurants and bars have been packed and at Easter we couldn’t even get a reservation in some of our favourite restaurants.
Another reason that makes the Costa Del Sol popular is that from the UK, flights are only around 2.5 hours long and Spain is always one hour ahead of the UK which also helps. So you get the sunshine without the jetlag.
Below is a list of airlines from each UK Airport. If you cannot find flights or times that you need, you could also look at Gibraltar Airport which is actually nearer to areas like Estepona than Malaga. Other Airports that are 90 to 120 minutes away are also Jerez, Seville and Granada.
We love Spain and if you have the opportunity of flying into one of these airports and driving through we would highly recommend it. Granada, Seville and Jerez are all fantastic Cities to visit. If you want some advice or have any questions about these areas, just ask us on Facebook.
Looking for Internal Spain Flights or New Routes to Malaga. Another great website to check flights is Skyscanner. You can select direct or stopover and the times you prefer to depart and return. As soon as you have booked your flights we recommend booking your hire car as soon as possible for the best price.
|Belfast to Malaga||Ryanair, Jet2 & EasyJet operate flights from Belfast International to Malaga|
|Belfast George Best||AerLingus|
|Birmingham to Malaga||Ryanair, Monarch, Norwegian, Vueling, Thomson Airlines, Jet 2 (March 2017)|
|Blackpool to Malaga||Jet 2 no longer fly|
|Bournemouth to Malaga||Ryanair operates flights from Bournemouth to Malaga|
|Bristol to Malaga||Ryanair, Easyjet & Thomson Airlines|
|Cardiff to Malaga||Vueling and Thomson Flights operate direct flights from Cardiff to Malaga|
|Cork to Malaga||AerLingus & Ryanair|
|Doncaster to Malaga||Thomson & Flybe Airlines|
|Dublin to Malaga||AerLingus and Ryanair offer flights from Dublin to Malaga|
|East Midlands to Malaga||Ryanair, Jet2, Monarch & Thomson|
|Edinburgh to Malaga||Jet2, Ryanair & Norweigan Airines|
|Exeter to Malaga||Flybe operates flights from Exeter to Malaga.|
|Gatwick to Malaga||EasyJet, Monarch, Norwegian Airlines, Thomson Airways and British Airways|
|Glasgow to Malaga||EasyJet, Jet2, British Airways, Ryanair (November 2017)|
|Prestwick to Malaga||Ryanair|
|Heathrow to Malaga||British Airways|
|Leeds to Malaga||Ryanair, Jet 2 & Monarch|
|Liverpool to Malaga||The low cost airlines easyJet and Ryanair operate flights from Liverpool John Lennon to Malaga|
|London City to Malaga||BACityFlyer operates flights from London City Airport to Malaga|
|Luton to Malaga||EasyJet, Monarch and Thomson Airways operate flights from London Luton to Malaga|
|Manchester to Malaga||Thomson Airways, EasyJet, Jet2, Ryanair, Monarch & Norweigan|
|Newcastle to Malaga||EasyJet, Jet2.com, Ryanair and Thomson Flights operate flights from Newcastle to Malaga|
|Newquay to Malaga||Still no flights from Newquay to Malaga|
|Norwich to Malaga||Flybe|
|Shannon to Malaga||AerLingus and Ryanair operate flights from Shannon to Malaga|
|Southampton to Malaga||Flybe operate flights from Southampton to Malaga|
|Southend to Malaga||EasyJet operate flights from London Southend Airport to Malaga|
|Stansted to Malaga||BA, Easyjet & Ryanair, Jet 2|