This Route is Operated by:
Ryanair, Air Malta, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Jet2.com, Primera Air, Vueling, British Airways, WOW Air, easyJet
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|Avg. Flight Duration:|
3 hours 59 minutes
|Flights Depart from:||London|
|Flights arrive in:||Málaga|
|Airlines:||norwegian air, Ryanair, Norwegian Air Shuttle, Vueling, British Airways, easyJet, Thomsonfly|
Known globally as one of the oldest cities in the world and also as one of the busiest seaports of the modern era, Malaga attracts a diverse group of visitors. Flights from London to Malaga depart from London airports, several per hour. Travellers taking direct flights can expect to reach the historical city in approximately four hours and can hop on a convenient express bus service that will escort them to the heart of this enigmatic destination.
Currently, just over 20 different airlines provide routes from London to Malaga. These airlines include British Airways, Ryanair, Swiss, and Austrian Airlines, with both direct routes and indirect routes that have between one and two changeovers. easyJet offers an average of ten different flights to the destination every day, most of which are direct.
Flights from London to Malaga can take as little as four hours to arrive. The fastest indirect flights will take roughly six hours with a single changeover involved. One of the most common layover destinations is Barcelona's El Prat Airport in Spain. EasyJet direct flights are among the quickest, taking as little as three hours and 45 minutes. Indirect flights take a little long at just under seven hours total flight time.
An average of 70 flights leave London bound for Malaga every day. Flights leave at a rate of roughly five flights per hour. EasyJet flight departure times are more commonly found in the early hours of the day, however, they can also be found in the early evening as well.
Departure airport: Flights from London to Malaga depart from Luton (LTN), Gatwick (LGW), London City (LCY), Stansted (STN), and Southend-On-Sea (SEN). To get to Gatwick, catch the train from London Victoria (which takes around 30 minutes). Stansted can be reached via a quick train from Liverpool Street, and Luton is served by trains from St Pancras. To get to City Airport, take the Docklands Light Railway to the airport's own stop. There are also coach and bus connections to all of London's major airports, including services by National Express, and taxis will be useful for very early morning flights.Travellers can expect access to a variety of useful services including long-term parking and WiFi.
Arrival airport: All flights arrive in Malaga land at Malaga Costa Del Sol Airport (AGP). The airport is located roughly five miles from the centre of the city. Buses run from Terminal 3 to the city centre and Marbella. Trains also run from a metro station at Terminal 3. Alight at Maria Zambrano Station for the town centre. The local "cercanias" train runs to nearby resorts like FuengirolaPassengers have access to a number of services and facilities including VIP lounges, meeting rooms, banking and currency exchange services, and luggage facilities.