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14:24

Travel

The insider guide to Gran Canaria

Andrew Forbes

...flights from Malaga (AGP) to Las Palmas Gran Canaria (LPA) are operated by Ryanair and Vueling.

20:38

Local

Passengers land at Malaga Airport armed with negative Covid test results

Ivan Gelibter

It's understandable that they're demanding a test. It's good, that way we're all safer." This was the opinion of the majority of passengers who got off the Ryanair flight from Brussels at Malaga Airport on Monday morning, the first required to ... used and the negative result. Travel agencies and airlines are informing passengers of the requirement several days ahead of their travel date. In the case of Elisabeth and Christoph, Ryanair sent them several emails and messages to remind them that

15:46

Local

Ryanair to operate flights between Malaga and Valencia from 1 December

Pilar Martínez

Malaga and Valencia will from 1 December be connected by a new air route operated by budget airline Ryanair. The low-cost operator has included the route as part of its new strategy to strengthen national connections following pandemic restrictions

16:51

National

Ryanair to reduce flights to 40% this October

Pilar Martínez

The airline that moves the most passengers at Malaga Airport, Ryanair, has modified its flight schedule for October, reducing its capacity by an extra 20 per cent. The flights previously planned for next month were already 20 per cent down on last ... cancelling its spring schedule due to the Covid-19 lockdown. Last year Ryanair flew nearly five million passengers to and from Malaga Airport.

11:55

Local

Malaga Airport welcomes first visitors as Spain's borders reopen

nuria triguero

...other services, all currently closed, will gradually reopen. Returning airlines Several operators have committed to the destination from July. Ryanair, the leading airline in terms of passenger numbers at Malaga Airport, plans to run 69 routes

15:04

Local

Airlines include the Costa del Sol on their new summer schedules

PILAR MARTÍNEZ

Spain's borders to tourists in July could be staggered by region The airline operating the most flights at Malaga Airport before he crisis was Ryanair, which already announced that it would start flying to the Costa del Sol from 1 July. Its operations ... would be around 40% fewer than originally planned, but the airline has opted to keep as many different routes open as possible and reduce frequency. This summer Ryanair has said it will be operated some 1,000 flights a day around Europe, where pre-crisis

15:10

Opinion

Lost connections

Rachel Haynes

...abroad to go into quarantine for two weeks. Not such a big deal at the moment as few are able to come in anyway, but how long will that be in force? At the same time companies such as Ryanair - responsible for the strength of that lifeline - are

19:25

National

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 ... public health measures planned for airports." For its return, Ryanair has scheduled nearly 1,000 daily flights around Europe, where before the crisis it operated 2,400. Its aim is to recover 90 per cent of its pre-coronavirus routes. "Ryanair will ... fly again from the majority of its 80 European bases. There will be fewer daily/weekly frequencies on trunk routes, as Ryanair works to restore some services on the widest number of routes, rather than operating high frequency services on a small

12:54

Local

Costa del Sol deserted at traditional start of peak season

Pilar Martínez

...both the short and long term. Ryanair, the largest airline by passenger numbers in Malaga, has suspended flights until June, while the new routes recently announced to Doha, Abu Dhabi and Tel Aviv could also be in jeopardy. The Andalusian regional