Malaga Airport Guide
Malaga airport is ranked as forth busiest airport in Spain. It is also well known
as Pablo Ruiz Picasso Airport. As a main international airport
for the Costa del Sol, Malaga airport is considered as an important
spot from tourism point of view. With flight connections to over
60 countries worldwide, Malaga airport operates through three main
terminals and with a second runway expected by end of this year.
All the three terminals are adjacent to one another with in total 164 check-in desks and 48 boarding gates out of which 26 have air bridges. The terminal three a brand new one, opened in March is connected to the second runway and a new railway station expected to start late this year. The luxuriant VIP lounge at the airport features some of the best bistro style furniture and offers a great combination of snacks and drinks to the visitors. Amenities also include a wide range of newspapers, magazines to read and large LCD TVs displaying over hundreds of fun filled programs all the time. The lounge has also WIFI Internet connections available at a minimal cost.
The airport has plans for two brand new exclusive accesses. First the south access, via the A7 route and second the north access, via the west ring road in new Malaga. The plans also include construction of a new underground station with a double track with an easy access through a transportation hub. A new south power station is also proposed to be built to serve both the runways.
As the oldest airport in Spain, Malaga airport has served for more than 90 years providing excellent services to the passengers and managed the huge air traffic very skillfully till today. If you need to rent a car from the airport then Car hire Malaga airport should be able to help, with a wide range of vehicles available.
It should be noted that in the peak months cars become very scase so bookings
should be made in advance.