Along with the change of hour last Sunday has begun at Malaga airport the high season which lasts until the end of October. For this year they forecast even more spectacular figures than last year which has been a record year. Also in the winter months there has been constant increase in passenger volume, which indicates the increased seat offer of airlines to this popular destination. Let’s start with the news:
Ryanair will operate from now on the Malaga-Santander route throughout the year. This connection, which until now was only offered in summer, will have three weekly frequencies in summer (from the end of March to the end of October), four in high season (August) and two frequencies a week in the off-season.
Delta Airlines will resume the daily connection between the Costa del Sol and New York JFK airport at the end of May and offers 13% more seats this year. This route will be operational until September 30.
Given the potential of the Costa del Sol, now there is also a second American airline, American Airlines, which is studying a connection between Malaga and Miami, but for now nothing has been specified.
As we said in the entry, the forecasts of Malaga airport point to a new record on the coast this summer. A total of 52 airlines offer more than 15 million seats to fly to 126 destinations during high season ending in late October.
Of the routes planned for this summer, most are flights to European destinations. The British market is still ahead with London, followed by Germany, the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden and Italy, which all have increased seats this year, but United States and Canada have also experienced a strong increase. These data confirm the strong pace of growth of this infrastructure and the growing popularity of the Costa del Sol as a holiday destination.
When are you coming to visit us?
Remember if you need travel use our parking at Málaga airport