Costa Del Sol Set For Record Breaking Summer

Costa Del Sol Set For Record Breaking Summer – more flights than ever are already scheduled to land at Malaga airport

Costa Del Sol Set For Record Breaking Summer

90,000 flights are already scheduled to land at Malaga airport this summer, bringing a record breaking 15.1 million tourists to the Costa Del Sol.  Flights will operate from Malaga airport to 126 destinations this summer, 62 of those routes are to the UK with operators increasing the number of flights to and from Britain by 9 per cent.

 

Records have already been broken at Malaga airport this year, with 1.7 million people passing through in January and February.  The airport director says that numbers could reach 18 million by the end of 2017.

Written by Dave James

Published: 23.03.2017

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