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When you’re ready to walk outside, open your app to request a ride. Choose the option that suits your group size and luggage needs.
You’ll get directions to a pickup point directly in the app. Signs might also be available at the airport.
Go to your assigned pickup location as specified by the app. Please note, this location may not always be at your nearest exit. If you can’t find your driver, contact them through the app.
Free wifi access is available for all passengers at Málaga Airport. To log on: - Select the AIRPORT FREE WIFI AENA network - Register through email, Aena Club Cliente, Facebook, or LinkedIn
A few car parks are available for passengers at Málaga Airport, with options including short-stay, long-stay, express dropoff, first class arrivals, and VIP parking.
AGP has a left luggage office located on the ground floor in the public area of the arrivals hall, which also offers printing services and has travel products for sale. Luggage wrapping machines are located in the check-in areas on Floor 1.
Uber is available at Málaga Airport, so you can enjoy a convenient and comfortable trip to wherever you need to go.
Uber pickup locations at airports are subject to change, so to find your pickup location, always check the Uber app after you request a ride.
Uber rates to and from Málaga Airport may be affected by time, traffic, and other factors. Check the Uber price estimator in the Uber app for approximate trip prices.
When you go to request a ride, the app will provide an estimate of how long it will take for your driver to arrive at the pickup location.
Málaga-Costa del Sol Airport is one of the oldest airports in Spain—and based at the original location of the country’s first airport. The majority of the airport’s traffic comes from within the European Union, with the highest volume of passengers arriving from the United Kingdom, followed by the Netherlands, Denmark, Ireland, and Germany. In 2018, the airport welcomed just under 20 million passengers. Málaga Airport sits about 15 kilometers (9 miles) from Málaga city center, making it a convenient 25-minute Uber trip away. It is also handy for people traveling to the nearby resorts of Fuengirola, Marbella, and Torremolinos.
Málaga Airport has 2 terminals, but only Terminal T1 is used for the general public, and it’s small enough to be easily navigated on foot. The airport serves a large number of international and domestic destinations through a wide selection of airlines.
Málaga Airport has more than 20 restaurants and cafes, so whether you’re looking for a quick bite on your way to the gate or you have time to relax and enjoy a leisurely meal with table service, you’ll find somewhere that suits your needs. Choices include traditional Spanish tapas, light snacks, fast food, sandwiches, sushi, coffee, and a selection of bars serving beers, wines, and spirits. Choose to eat whenever it’s most convenient for you, with options before and after security.
If you like to indulge in a spot of retail therapy before you fly, AGP has plenty to offer. Málaga Airport duty-free provides the opportunity to buy products from well-known high street brands at low prices, including clothes, cosmetics, sunglasses, alcohol, tobacco, aftershave, perfume, and chocolate. Other shops in the airport offer handbags, wallets, shoes, luggage, electronics, last-minute travel accessories, and products for children.
Among the many useful services available at Málaga Airport are currency exchange, a dedicated work zone for business travelers, a chapel, a children’s play area, and a museum of air navigation and transport. The assistance service for people with reduced mobility should be requested through the airport website at least 48 hours in advance.
If you want to unwind or work away from the hustle and bustle of the airport, a VIP lounge is available to holders of business class tickets, associated club cards, and all other passengers for a small fee. The Málaga Airport lounge offers drinks and snacks; newspapers, magazines, and books; TV and free wifi; and a meeting area.
Málaga Airport doesn’t have a hotel located on-site, but a number of options are within easy reach, catering to all sorts of budgets. Many of these are located directly outside the airport, with plenty more in the areas between the airport and the city center. If you have time to spare, Málaga itself has many more options, all of them a convenient Uber trip away from the airport.
Málaga, birthplace of Pablo Picasso, is a city brimming with history and steeped in art and culture. Situated on the Spanish coastline, it offers visitors activities from nightlife to food to shopping, and it’s surrounded by some of southern Spain’s glorious scenery. Among the many things to see and do around Málaga:
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