Malaga Private Jet Charter

Málaga Airport, officially Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport since June 2011, is the fourth busiest airport in Spain after Madrid-Barajas, Barcelona and Palma de Mallorca. The airport is important for Spanish tourism as the main international airport serving the Costa del Sol. Located 8 km southwest of Malaga and 5 km north of Torremolinos, it has flight connections to more than 60 countries worldwide.

The airport is served by three terminals. The third terminal, which is adjacent to the previous two terminals, was opened on 15 March 2010 and flight operations started on 16 March 2010. A second runway was opened on 26 June 2012.

Malaga Airport is the busiest international airport in Andalusia, handling 85 per cent of the region’s international traffic. The port plays an active role in private jet flights, especially in the summer months. It offers a wide range of international destinations. Linked to the Costa del Sol, the airport has daily connections with twenty cities in Spain and more than a hundred in Europe. There are also direct flights to Africa, the Middle East and, during the summer season, North America. Airlines based at the airport are Air Europa, Norwegian, Scandinavian Airlines, Ryanair, Vueling and Easyjet, which operates a seasonal base.

Spain private jet charter prices

Although Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport air charter fees depend on variables such as the number of passengers, departure airport, flight time, aircraft position, flight date, the prices for private jet charter from Istanbul → Málaga are as follows.

Midsize Jet24.800 EUR
Heavy Jet35.600 EUR
Long Range Jet48.800 EUR
Midsize Jet (8-9 seats), Heavy Jet (10-16 seats), Long Range Jet (13-16 seats)

These prices are average amounts and you can contact us on our flight reservation screen or by phone for the most accurate price information.

Malaga Airport is one of the oldest port in Spain.

Malaga Airport is one of the oldest Spanish airports remaining in its original location. Malaga Airport was opened on 9 March 1919. After test flights, the first scheduled air service from Malaga took place on 1 September 1919.

The single runway was extended in the 1960s and a new terminal was built in the centre of the site, while in the early 70s the port was equipped with new navigational equipment, including a radar system. The airport was given its present name in 1965. In 1968 a new passenger terminal was opened, and in 1972 a second passenger terminal was opened to serve mainly non-scheduled traffic.

On 30 November 1991, a new passenger terminal was inaugurated at the airport, now Terminal 2. Designed by Ricardo Bofill Taller de Arquitectura, the terminal building provided almost all services when it opened, except for check-in operations. In 1995, the old passenger building was converted into a general aviation terminal and a new hangar for the maintenance of large aircraft was built in the north of the airport site. Also a year later, a terminal dedicated to cargo traffic and a hangar for the maintenance of large aircraft were built.

In November 2002, a new 54 metre high control tower was built, and in 2005, the old passenger terminal from the late 60s was demolished to make room for the planned expansion of the airport. On 15 March 2010, the new Terminal 3 was completed. It was inaugurated by King Juan Carlos of Spain and opened to the public the following day. On 10 September 2010, the commuter train station at Málaga Airport opened, providing access to the train from Terminal 3 to Málaga.

On 17 May 2012, the first commercial landings took place on the second runway. The runway was put into service after the airport received a safety clearance from Civil Aviation on 30 April 2012. The runway was officially inaugurated on 26 June 2012 by the Spanish Minister of Transport, Ana Pastor. On 8 October 2020, it was announced that EasyJet will open a seasonal base in Malaga. Base flights began to be operated by subsidiary EasyJet Europe.

Top 8 things to see and do in Malaga

Malaga, where the Andalusian lifestyle comes to the fore, is located on the exquisite coastline of the Costa del Sol. The city, one of the most important holiday centres in Spain, is one of the most preferred cities for photo tourism with its wonderful natural structure.

One of the most important places to visit in the city is the 11th century Alkazaba castle, which is considered one of the most important tourist attractions of the region. century Alkazaba castle complex, Malaga Roman Theatre built in the 1st century AD, the magnificent Malaga Cathedral visible from many points of the city, Gibralfaro Castle with its exquisite view of the city, Mercado Central de Atarazanas, the fruit and vegetable market that best reflects the city life, Malaga Park with its baroque and renaissance sculptures, the house of Pablo Picasso, one of the most well-known artists of modern times, which was later turned into a museum (Picasso Museum) and the Soho District, which attracts attention with its street art.

Malaga airport information

There are many transportation alternatives to the city centre, the most commonly used one is the express bus line number 75 departing from the front of the airport arrival gate. Buses operate between 07:00 – 00:00 and reach the city centre in 15 minutes. It is also possible to reach the city centre by train from the train station, which operates in the same time zones and is located just opposite the airport’s terminal exit number 4. The train journey takes approximately 20 minutes.

Apart from the service hours of public transport, taxis are available 24/7 at the taxi ranks located just in front of the exit gate of the airport’s arrival terminal number 3. There are offices of different car hire companies within the airport.