Malaga Airport AGP
, or Pablo Picasso Airport, is the international Airport for Andalucia, Spain, and is gateway to the famous Costa del Sol. It serves the City of Malaga - described by Nobel Prize winner Vicente Aleixandre as being the 'Ciudad del paraiso' (or Paradise City) - located a short drive from the coast.
AGP Airport is located 8 km southwest of the city of Malaga, and 5 km north of Torremolinos. Regional highway MA 22 (the Atovia del Meditrraneo) is very close-by, whcih leads to the A7, AP7 (Autopista del Sol) and E-15 motorways - with easy acces to popular resorts.
Telephone support number: (902) 404 704
With two long runways and about 14M million passengers per year, Malaga Airport is hub for low-cost airlines Ryanair and Vueling, and is served by national, international, regular and low-fare airlines, offering flight connections to a multitude of countries with connections around the world. Many travelers on their way to Gibraltar bypass Gibraltar Airport in favor of Malaga Airport as it hosts more airlines.
Malaga Airport has two operational passenger terminals T2 & T3.
NOTE To ease airport traffic, Malaga Airport started Feb. 2017 to upgrade public roads - due to mounting passenger numbers. This should ease congestion around the terminals and parking facilities.