Skyscanner (the box above) is brilliant to use when searching for flights. Just add the airport you are leaving from, your destination and if you are looking for a one way or return flight. On the following screen you can select the times when you would prefer to depart, arrive and also if you prefer a direct flight or with stops. It´s simple to use and best of all, it´s up to date. We have set this to Malaga but you can change this to any airport you wish.
Malaga Airport has come a long way since we first moved here and the amount of flights have improved so much over the years. There´s so much more choice and many more destinations to choose from. You can catch up with some of the New 2017 Malaga Routes here, but some of the recent ones are Malaga to Helsinki, Amsterdam and Prague.
Whilst Malaga Airport has grown, it isn´t a hub, so if you live here and looking to travel outside of Europe, you may find yourself still having to book a flight back to the UK or Madrid to start your journey which is annoying and an additional expense.
Before booking your flight to Malaga, take a few things into consideration. Booking that cheap, late night flight could end up costing you. Also, don´t forget to check Bank Holiday & Local Holidays Page.
If you are looking for other airports to fly to, you could also look at Gibraltar Airport which is very convenient if you are staying the Estepona side of the Costa Del Sol and up to Cadiz. There is also Jerez, Granada and Seville Airport if you fancied a bit of a driving holiday. Spain is a fabulous country to drive through as there´s hardly any traffic on the roads.
If you wanted more information on travelling through Spain and places to stop on the way, feel free to join The Costa Del Sol Travel Forum. We love helping people with ideas of routes to take through Spain.
Malaga Airport to Gibraltar Airport 127 km
Malaga Airport to Jerez Airport 230 km
Malaga Airport to Granada Airport 127 km
Malaga Airport to Seville Airport 222 km