Malaga Airport is the main international airport that serves the Costa del Sol region. There is a private jet terminal that offers exclusive usage for private jet travellers and crew. It is also Spain’s fourth busiest airport after Madrid, Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca. Throughout Malaga Airport's history, it has been known as "El Rompedizo" and "García Morato". In 1965 it was officially renamed as Malaga Airport, and in 2011 the airport's name was changed again to Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport. Malaga Airport is 15 km away from the city centre and to drive, it would take 25-minutes to drive into the city.
FBO’s at Malaga Airport (AGP)
General Aviation Services
General Aviation Services offer exclusive use of their terminal for private jet customers. This terminal is located adjacent to the runaway and has private lounges for its customers to make use of.
Where to visit when travelling to Malaga Airport (AGP)
The capital of the Costa del Sol is a cultural hub due to its quirky museums, pedestrianised streets, innovative restaurants and stylish hotels that feature panoramic rooftop terraces. While in Malaga, wander the ruins of the old Roman theatre, the El Teatro Romano, which is the oldest construction in Malaga City. There are also plenty of opportunities to try out water sports along the Costa Del Sol. Practice your paragliding technique or try surfing or kitesurfing.