Record Month For Malaga Airport

Record Month For Malaga Airport.  More than two million travellers used the airport in September.

Record Month For Malaga Airport

Record Month For Malaga Airport

Malaga airport welcomed more than 2 million travellers in September this year, breaking its previous September record with a 2.4% increase on last year.  1,755,453 people travelled on international flights, with the rest flying within Spain.

Most Popular Destinations

The United Kingdom remains the most popular destination from Malaga Airport, with 639,037  passengers making the journey in September this year.  Germany and France are the next most popular destinations.

 

See the latest arrival and departure information here.

Published: 21.10.2019

Written by Dave James

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