Malaga Airport Information


Avenida García Morato
29004 Malaga


General Information telephone: 34 (0)95 204 8484



Because Malaga is a major holiday hub and a key business destination, trains are frequent and efficient. As well as a great way to check out the local countryside on your way to your hotel! You'll find the railway connection at Malaga airport opposite terminal 2, for trains running on the Malaga and Fuengirola line. There are regular trains to and from Malaga city centre. Onward connections to Costa del Sol resorts.


There are also frequent and efficient buses to and from the airport. You'll find bus stops outside arrivals in Terminal 1, outside Departures in Terminal 2. There's a regular direct coach service from Marbella Bus Station, run by the friendly local Portillo Bus Company. The fare is around 4 Euros and takes around 45 minutes non-stop. Pay the driver or buy a ticket from the Portillo office. Alternatively catch the number 19 bus for an interesting roundabout route into Marbella centre past many of the city's major landmarks and attractions, with bus stops at all sorts of weird, wonderful and useful places along the way.


Driving, whether from Malaga or any of the towns scattered along the Costa del Sol, is straightforward. The region's major arteries are the fast, smooth E-15 motorway and the N-340 National road. There's clear signposting for Malaga airport from miles around so you'd have to try pretty hard to miss it!


Malaga airport parking is known for security and safety. Despite being such a busy airport, there's plenty of space. Malaga is a prime holiday destination, especially throughout the summer. So most of the airport's passengers head straight for their resort coach and spend most of their time having fun on the beach. Business travellers are in the minority. Car park 1, long term has a generous capacity 1,533 spaces. Car park 2, short term, also has a large capacity and takes 968 cars.

The car parks at Malaga Airport are all conveniently situated, close to the two terminals. The short stay car park, with covered and uncovered parking, is right outside Terminal 1. Long term parking is next to Terminal 2, if you plan to park for more than four days. There are handy disabled parking spaces in P1 and P2 – remember to display your licensed disabled badge. It is always a good idea to contact your airline before you arrive at the airport if you're disabled and need help with parking. You can always book long stay parking at Malaga Airport on the day.

Malaga Airport parking is extremely good value for money and safe too. If you're a business traveller you can safely leave your vehicle there for the duration in the knowledge that they take security seriously. Because the Costa del Sol is such a popular holiday destination, Malaga has a fairly new overflow car park in case things get really busy, P3. There's a direct free bus between there and the terminal so it is wonderfully convenient. Check Malaga Airport’s website for charges.


Well equipped, clean and smart, Malaga airport provides a convenient bank in the Arrivals area of Terminal 2, plus plenty of cash point machines and a post office in Terminal 1. Wherever you are you'll be able to tune in to the internet, with free wireless access in all terminals. You'll find a good choice of bars, restaurants and fast food outlets in the Centro Plaza, Terminal 1, and Centro Comercial in Terminal 2.

There's a good choice of shops, including a handy pharmacy, in Terminals 1 and 2. And there's Duty Free shopping in the Centro Comercial, Terminal 2. Malaga Airport also has an excellent exhibition area, with different local artists showing their work every month. You can also find medical services, travel agencies and a fascinating aviation museum. If you can't resist a bit of telly, there are TVs to watch and the airport even provides free drinks and snacks. There is excellent facilities and support for disabled travellers with lifts and ramps, dedicated seating and reserved parking spaces for disabled badge holders. And the airport's friendly, efficient staff, the Green Jackets, is there to help at both terminals.

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