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The eagles of Benalmádena are not flying high


...cable car runs. Those who come to the centre - and many people do not even know it exists - discover birds from almost everywhere on the planet. Visitors can watch the birds scheduled for a training session that day demonstrate their flying and hunting ... in the wild these birds only fly when they need to "because it means wasting energy and they don't want to be flying all day, they want to be on their perches". In any case, all the birds are taken out to fly in turns, from Monday to Sunday, according



Striking the right balance

Rob Palmer

Nobody could understand why David Moyes had selected Imanol Agirretxe ahead of Willian José when he was manager of Real Sociedad, so I bluntly posed the question. His 'off the record' answer was that the Basque club had an unwritten rule that the b



Petition started against solar power farm in Guadalhorce valley


They added that the photovoltaic plant, with solar panels to generate power, would mean big changes to the area, including fencing in and fewer olive groves and fruit trees, as well as changes in air currents that will stop birds flying low. They also



Ryanair to start flying to the Costa del Sol again on 1 July

Pilar Martínez

Malaga airport's most important airline, Ryanair, has announced that it will resume flying to the Costa del Sol on 1 July. The company has confirmed that it will start with 40 per cent of its flights and will focus on maintaining a wide diversity ... Europe have implemented a four-month lockdown to limit the spread of the Covid-19 virus. “After four months, it is time to get Europe flying again so we can reunite friends and families, allow people to return to work and restart Europe’s tourism



15 May 1793: Farm labourer makes Spanish aviation history

Tony Bryant

...agricultural labourer in order to support the family. From an early age, Marín had dreamed of flying and it soon became an obsession. Marín did not have any formal access to the trials and errors (or possibly even knowledge) of his early flying predecessors, ... land. However, he was forever intrigued by the eagles that soared overhead and he would spend several years building a flying machine out of wood, cloth and feathers. With the help of a local blacksmith, the inventor produced sophisticated metal hinges ... that allowed the wings to flap. Marín studied the bodies of the birds, making calculations regarding the weight, volume and dimensions of the feathers. On 15 May, 1793, Marín launched his flying machine from the top of the local castle, cruising for




Mark Nayler

"Spain is back." So said Spain's acting prime minister Pedro Sánchez this week, regarding the prospect of Josep Borrell becoming the EU's High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy. Sánchez had been hoping that the caretaking foreign



Malaga Femenino throw away two-goal lead to lose derby


...advantage of a misjudgment from keeper María Pi as she came flying out of her goal to give her side the lead after barely four minutes. Besides Andrea Romero's save to deny Urre, Malaga were firmly on the front foot in the first half, maintaining



26-year-old pilot killed in Axarquía glider tragedy


A 26-year-old man from Malaga was killed when the glider he was flying crashed onto the runway at the Axarquía airfield in Trapiche last Sunday. A German man, also 26, who was also in the plane was taken to hospital with multiple fractures to ... both legs. The accident happened after the pilot had radioed other pilots and members of the flying club to say that he felt dizzy. Despite trying to keep control of the plane, he was unable to land it safely and it crashed, nose first, onto the ... help the glider to the ground, but was unable to do so. A witness said that although the plane was "flying smoothly, something wasn't right."



Barack Obama on flying visit to speak in Marbella

Héctor Barbotta

The former US president Barack Obama paid a lightning visit to Marbella on Friday. He was guest speaker at a private event organised by the German multinational software corporation SAP. After landing in Malaga on a flight from Stockholm on Friday



Chavarría header helps bring Malaga's bad run to an end

Daryl Finch

...against the newly promoted side. Having suffered two defeats on the bounce and conceding six goals in the process against high-flying Mallorca and Espanyol, the visitors came into this game as favourites, with a golden opportunity to get back on track