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Now we all know that some items cannot be taken onto the aircraft when we go on holiday, Knives, Liquids over 100ml, explosive items such as fireworks etc. However one intrepid UK holiday maker decided to take his Christmas dinner with him on his cheap flight to Spain say authorities at Cardiff airport. This festive holiday maker thought it a good idea to take his 10lb frozen Christmas Turkey with him as hand luggage on his cheap flight from Cardiff to Malaga on the Costa Del Sol. No doubt the disappointed holiday maker had the oven all ready in his holiday apartment and didn't trust his luck on getting a decent Christmas Turkey on the Spanish Costa say on line flight agency airflights.co.uk.
Read More: Christmas Turkey attempts flight to Malaga !
Posted Wed, 29 Dec 2010 19:28:48 GMT
One of British holiday makers favourite resorts on Spain's Costa Del Sol - BENALMADENA is about to get all in a flutter about its latest attraction. It will shortly be able to boast the largest butterfly park in Europe. Due to open in Benalmadena during early 2011 ready for the influx of holidaymakers next summer the 1,500m2 complex located near to the Buddhist Stupa in Benalmadena Pueblo just a few minutes from the sea front with its bars, restaurants and famous beaches lapping the Mediterranean sea. The Butterfly complex will have an Asian design and will be home to more than 100 species of butterflies throughout the year. Plans for the butterfly park first began back in 2006.
Read More: All of a flutter on the Costa Del Sol
Posted Fri, 12 Nov 2010 20:14:52 GMT
Airflights.co.uk report that one of their suppliers of cheap flights to Spain and the Balearic islands have put on extra flight capacity to cope with high demand for cheap flights, proving once again that Spain, the Balearics and the Canary islands are some of the most popular summer cheap flight and holiday destinations for UK travellers.
Read More: More cheap flights to Spain from airflights.co.uk
Posted Thu, 12 Aug 2010 20:56:07 GMT
Whilst politicians on Spain's Costa Del Sol have been pressing for a toll motorway between the historic mountain town of Ronda with its stunning gorge and up market Marbella for some years it looks like they will have to wait a little longer say airflights.co.uk who specialise in flights and Holidays to the Mediterranean and Spain.
Read More: Attractions of a Cheap holiday to Spain
Posted Wed, 14 Jul 2010 19:49:26 GMT
Passengers arriving at Spain's Barajas Madrid Airport's plush Terminal 4 are still seeing delays in the time it takes for their luggage to be transferred from their cheap flight to Madrid to the luggage carousel. Its reported that this process that can often take up to an hour. Although the airport authority, insists that the average time passengers wait for their luggage is 13 minutes. Airport authorities have at least recognised the problem and travellers and holiday makers will now be able to enjoy impromptu theatre performances while they wait. Some passengers argue that the Spanish airports authority (AENA) along with the three companies responsible for the baggage handling at Madrid Barajas airport should quickly invest in either more staff or improve efficiency. However Madrid City Hall has arranged to employ out of work actors at apparently no cost to entertain the passengers arriving on cheap flights from across Europe as they wait, this is seen as a positive way or promoting tourism by the Madrid authorities. Over the last week, as part of a trial project, two actors were to be seen circulating through Madrid's Terminal 4's baggage collection area, mingling with waiting passengers, and staging five-minute performances. "They're funny, but I'm still waiting for luggage," said one recent arrival as they waited and looked at the still-unmoving luggage carrousel. This type of problem is not helpful to the travelling public say airflights.co.uk. Our passengers booking cheap flights to Madrid will either be travelling for business or going on a cheap city Break say the online travel agency. Either way time is important to them and a wait at the end of your journey to Spain is a frustration say airflights. We have already seen an increase in passengers booking cheap flights to Madrid and taking hand luggage only so that they can clear the airport more quickly say airflights.co.uk.
Read More: City Break to Madrid
Posted Wed, 02 Jun 2010 18:21:37 GMT
Malaga's Centro-Alameda train station has been closed for two years but recently the local train line which links the holiday resort of Fuengirola to Málaga city centre and the airport has again started to run into the centre of Málaga with the opening of the new ‘Centro-Alameda' station. The renovation work at Malaga station has been on-going for the past two years.
Read More: Improved rail links for cheap flights to Malaga
Posted Fri, 16 Apr 2010 13:30:24 GMT
Spain's Malaga airport had it first big test since opening its new terminal last weekend, the new airport layout passed its Easter test with ease, handling almost 54,000 passengers, the majority of passengers arriving on cheap flights going through its new Terminal 3. The fine weather on the Costa Del Sol and Spain in general also led many hotels, car hire companies to report encouraging levels of bookings say airflights.co.uk. We have noticed that bookings for cheap flights to Malaga, Alicante and other Spanish resorts has been well above target for the Easter break reports the online cheap flight specialist. Easter being the start of the UK holiday season for many and bookings for cheap flights and hotels across the Spanish Costas is on the up say Airflights. Family holiday bookings for resorts on the Spanish coast such as Torremolinos, Benalmedena, Fuengirola, and Marbella are all popular as is Benidorm on the Costa Blanca with people booking cheap flights to Alicante or Murcia and then opting for a cheap resort transfer from online travel agencies like airflights.co.uk.
Read More: Cheap flights to Malaga and Alicante
Posted Fri, 09 Apr 2010 19:14:24 GMT
Good news for airflights.co.uk customers in Essex as cheap flights to holiday and city destinations could soon be available from London Southend Airport.
Read More: Cheap flights from Essex airport
Posted Wed, 07 Apr 2010 19:15:24 GMT
King Juan Carlos of Spain will be guest of honour at the grand opening of the T3 terminal at Malaga airport, Costa Del Sol on the 15th of March 2010 say airflights.co.uk.
Read More: Cheap flights to Malaga, experience terminal 3
Posted Mon, 08 Feb 2010 19:20:28 GMT
According to reports in the online news the beaches of Marbella and Nerja on Spains Costa Del Sol have earned themselves a place amongst the best twenty beaches in Europe, the study on a Spanish website was voted for by travellers who book their cheap flights and holidays on the internet. Palma de Mallorca is considered to have the best beach in Spain which includes the Balearic Islands, followed closely by Marbella and Nerja. There are sixteen Spanish destinations on the list in all.
Read More: See the great beaches of Spain on Cheap flights to Malaga
Posted Wed, 13 Jan 2010 20:34:28 GMT
The Spanish press has reported that the Weather in Spain has been the Hottest this October for 67 years
Read More: Record October temperatures in Malaga
Posted Thu, 05 Nov 2009 20:54:32 GMT
Development of the second runway at Spain's Malaga airport on the Costa Del Sol has unearthed the oldest Phoenician remains yet to be found in the region, It appears that the site dates back to between the 7th and 8th centuries B.C . The drainage system for the new runway which is being built as part of the airports major reconstruction to cope with cheap flights from the UK and other European countries. The drainage work has now been moved some seven hundred metres away to allow the archaeological work to continue on what is thought to be an important find for the heritage of the Malaga area. The newly formed archaeological site in an area known as La Rebanadilla, which covers some 3.4 hectares to the right of the Guadalhorce River adjacent to Malaga airport.
Read More: Unearth a Cheap flight to Malaga
Posted Tue, 27 Oct 2009 17:58:02 GMT
The new airport terminal being constructed on the Costa Del Sol at Malaga airport should be open by Easter 2010 says Public Works Secretary, Concepcion Gutierrez in the Spanish press. This new airport terminal will allow Malaga airport to handle 9000 passengers an hour or if you prefer 30million passengers a year. That's a lot of cheap flight seats to Malaga say airflights.co.uk. The new capacity at Malaga airport is expected to create up to 150,000 jobs indirectly and will give a boost to tourism and the property markets on the coast of Southern Spain. Cheap flights to Malaga are a major factor in persuading UK holiday makers to visit the Costa Del Sol and the resorts of Torremolinos, Fuengirola, Benalmadena and the playground of the rich and famous in Marbella. The whole coast, a long time favourite of British families is awash with good quality cheap hotels and apartments. The area boasts excellent beaches and wonderful weather for most of the year. Many tourists visit Malaga on a cheap flight and fall in love with the area a mere 2 and a half hours flight from the UK and many decide to purchase a second home on the Costa making it a sought after area for property. Airflights say that many of their customers seeking cheap flights to Malaga are interested in flights alone as they already have a home there. Airflights Direct are a cheap flight specialist and can be found on line at www.airflights.co.uk where they offer cheap flights to most beach destinations in Europe including cheap flights to Malaga, Alicante, Dalaman and Bodrum in Turkey, Paphos and Larnaca in Cyprus, Tenerife, Fuerteventura Lanzarote and Gran Canaria in the Canary islands as well as Cheap flights and All Inclusive hotels in Egypts famous Red Sea resorts of Sharm El Sheikh and Hurghada famed for the world class scuba diving they offer. In addition they have thousands of available cheap hotels and apartments and sell cheap car hire and cheap airport parking. Visit them on line at www.airflights.co.uk or call free on 0800 093 2615. Airflights are Fully ABTA protected and have been established for over 14 years.
Read More: A new terminal for Malaga airport
Posted Fri, 21 Aug 2009 17:51:43 GMT
Reports in the press show that Malaga on Spain's Costa Del Sol has emerged as one of only a few destinations which has not suffered a reduction in the number of tourists for this summer season.
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Posted Thu, 16 Jul 2009 20:09:23 GMT
Airflights.co.uk report that demand for Cheap flights to Malaga on the Costa Del Sol is rising. We are finding that clients are still booking cheap flights and hotels in large numbers for flights into Malaga despite worries over the Euro. Airflights believe that the resorts along the coast from Malaga such as Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola, Callahonda, and of course Marbella are a big draw for British Visitors. We have customers who go back to the Costa every year. The attractions in the resorts coupled with good quality cheap hotels draw people to the area say airflights. Attractions such as the Benalmadena Cablecar or Teleférico Which rises 769 metres above sea level allow you to take in the breathtaking panoramas and scenery. The Costa del Sol cable car will take you from Arroyo de la Miel, at the heart of Benalmadena near to the entrance of Tivoli World. Once at the peak of Mount Calamorro, which takes approximately 15 minutes various activities await you, In a miniature bullring the Andalusian horse shows demonstrate the equestrian art of dressage and there is often a Bird of Prey demonstration as well. Either walk back down to the coast or take the Teleférico back down again. Benalmadena Marina along with the water parks at Fuengirola and Torremolinos attract large numbers of families whilst there is great people watching to be had in the millionaires haven of Puerto Banus where you are likely to spot the rich and famous. All in all the coast of Malaga has something for everyone say airflights. Visit airflights.co.uk for some very cheap flight and hotel deals to Malaga. Airflights is an independent travel agency established for over 14 years and is fully Abta bonded for the protection of its clients, they specialise in cheap flights and hotels to airports such as Malaga, Alicante, Kalamata, Chania, Heraklion,Kos, Zante, Tenerife, Arrecife in Lanzarote, Antalya, Dalaman, Bodrum, Egypt and Cyprus. You can visit them online at airflights.co.uk or call on 0800 093 2615. They also have great deals on cheap car hire and cheap airport parking.
Read More: Visit the attractions of Malaga on a cheap flight
Posted Sun, 21 Jun 2009 14:45:03 GMT
Head to Torremolinos on the Costa Del Sol on Thursday the 11th of June 2009 for the Fried Fish day festival on La Carihuela beach. Fried Fish Day which is translated from the Spanish Dia del Pescaito we are told, is a celebration of the regions fresh fish and seafood dishes. Torremolinos just a few miles from Malaga's busy airport is located on the coast with the resorts of Benalmedena, Fuengirola, Mijas, Calahonda and of course the glitzy Marbella with its millionaires playground of Puerto Banus. Malaga airport is Andalucía's gateway for cheap flights from the Uk with holiday makers arriving in their droves on Cheap flights and heading for the coasts cheap hotels. The beautiful weather along with great beaches, wonderful seafood including fresh Paella, thumping bars and nightlife makes the Costa Del Sol a favourite for the British holiday maker. This area clearly has something for everyone from small Spanish bars and Restaurants to the home from home British pub run by a man who used to live in your town before he left the UK for a better life in the sun. Cheap flights and Hotels are available from Abta protected online travel agencies such as airflights.co.uk who offer cheap flights to Malaga along with many other popular European destinations for example cheap flights to Tenerife, Dalaman and Bodrum in Turkey, Cyprus Bourgas, Egypts Red Sea Reviera including Sharm El Sheikh and Hurghada with many other areas as well. Call them on 0800 083 7007 or visit their cheap flight comparison website at www.airflights.co.uk
Read More: Sample fried Fish in Torremolinos with a cheap flight to Malaga
Posted Thu, 11 Jun 2009 18:34:15 GMT
Good news for travellers to the Costa Del sol in southern Spain, It has been reported that The central and regional administrations are set to work together on a long talked about project to build a new coastal railway line from Málaga along the coast to Estepona. The Development Minister, José Blanco, was in the Andalucía capital of Seville on Wednesday for José Antonio Griñán's first meeting with a member of the central government in his capacity as President of the Junta de Andalucía. This impressive development will allow high speed access along the Costa Del Sol or the Coast as it is known locally and will help link the city of Malaga which has the gateway airport for cheap flights to Malaga with the holiday resorts along the coast which may include, Torremolinos, Benalmedena, Fuengirola, The millionaires resort of Marbella and Puerto Banus and down to Estepona. The area is alive with cheap Hotels and apartments and is a magnet for British holiday makers who arrive on cheap flights to Malaga from London Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham and all UK airports.
Read More: New rail link and cheap Flights to Malaga
Posted Thu, 04 Jun 2009 19:25:10 GMT
Sunday the 31st May 2009 on Regent street in the centre of London's west end will be a traffic free zone as it hosts a fabulous street festival "A Taste of Spain". This Spanish fiesta will be showcasing the very best of Spain and its attractions between 12 noon and 6pm.
Read More: A Taste of Spain
Posted Tue, 26 May 2009 18:50:01 GMT
Snow conditions in the ski resorts of Europe are still proving a great attraction for cheap last minute hotel and flight bookings. On line travel agent Airflights .co.uk reports a sharp rise in late bookings to Europe’s ski resorts. Bookings for cheap flights to airports such as Geneva, Chambery, Lyon and Turin are buoyant, they even report a rush of bookings to Malaga’s Pablo Picasso airport on the Costa Del Sol which serves the ski resort of Sol Y Nieve, a resort high in the Sierra Nevada mountains just a couple of hours drive from Malaga airport which is more commonly known for sun worshippers visiting resorts such as Marbella, Torremolinos and Benalmadena. With cheap hotel deals available as well enthusiasts are heading for the slopes in their droves to catch some pre Easter snow.
Read More: Great snow great Skiing!
Posted Wed, 18 Mar 2009 20:03:04 GMT
Spain is a country with a well known history of religious tradition. Consequently lots of towns and villages on the Costa del Sol host a Pre Lent Carnival. The carnival is enjoyed before the 40 days of Lent as a way of letting loose before the abstentions of the upcoming religious holidays. Most Andalucian towns including those on the Malaga coast stage some kind of celebration or parade, there is usually a dance and a "Carnival Queen" contest.
Read More: Fiesta of the people on the Costa Del Sol
Posted Thu, 12 Feb 2009 13:15:24 GMT
People visiting Malaga this Easter will be able to relax on a brand new layer of sand on the city's beaches.
Read More: New sand for Malaga beaches
Posted Fri, 29 Feb 2008 15:12:39 GMT
Spain continued to prove a popular destination for travellers in January, with a year-on-year increase in visitor numbers, according to new figures.
Read More: More visitors to Spain in January
Posted Fri, 22 Feb 2008 10:45:29 GMT
People on holidays in Malaga over the coming months will be able to discover the work of an exciting British artist.
Read More: Malaga hosts work of British artist
Posted Fri, 08 Feb 2008 17:46:44 GMT
Low-fares airline Monarch has announced that it has flown its one millionth passenger from Gatwick to Malaga.
Read More: Monarch reaches Malaga milestone
Posted Fri, 01 Feb 2008 15:22:44 GMT
The Spanish government has revealed plans for a new train link that could boost the opportunities available to people on holiday in Malaga.
Read More: High-speed train to link Malaga to Barcelona
Posted Thu, 31 Jan 2008 17:15:25 GMT
The city of Malaga is currently hosting the first solo exhibition that American artist Roni Horn has ever presented in Spain.
Read More: Malaga hosts Roni Horn expo
Posted Mon, 28 Jan 2008 16:05:21 GMT
The Spanish hotspot of Malaga continued to prove popular last year, with 13.5 million people flying into the city's airport.
Read More: More than 13m visit Malaga in 2007
Posted Mon, 21 Jan 2008 17:15:01 GMT
The popularity of holiday destinations such as Malaga and Alicante continued to prove an important factor in the travel market last year as Spain welcomed 59.7 million visitors, new figures reveal.
Read More: Almost 60m head to Spain in 2007
Posted Tue, 15 Jan 2008 17:15:07 GMT
UK holidaymakers who live in areas outside London are benefiting from a wider range of destinations to choose from at regional airports, an industry spokesperson has said.
Read More: Regional passengers 'benefiting from more choice'
Posted Fri, 04 Jan 2008 14:04:15 GMT
The world's largest private yacht came to one of the world's most popular travel destinations this week, providing quite a sight for holidaymakers.
Read More: World's largest private yacht docks in Malaga
Posted Thu, 13 Dec 2007 15:52:37 GMT
Travellers keen to kick off their Christmas celebrations in a sunny location may want to find a cheap flight to Malaga in order to attend the annual Migas Festival in nearby Torrox.
Read More: Migas Festival tempts tourists
Posted Wed, 05 Dec 2007 12:03:31 GMT
Mediterranean resorts, such as Malaga, are among the most attractive destinations for honeymooners looking for a romantic break after their wedding, it has been suggested.
Read More: Honeymooners 'like the Mediterranean'
Posted Mon, 26 Nov 2007 11:16:33 GMT
People visiting Malaga on December 28th will be able to watch local musicians performing traditional form of folk music said to have been the precursor to modern flamenco at the annual Verdiales Mayor festival, just 15 minutes from the centre of the city.
Read More: Malaga flamenco festival to lure visitors
Posted Mon, 19 Nov 2007 16:53:18 GMT
Holidaymakers in Malaga in early January will have the opportunity to meet the town's own version of the Three Kings as a traditional festival is held to mark the 12th day of Christmas.
Read More: Meet Malaga's Three Wise Men
Posted Mon, 05 Nov 2007 12:46:03 GMT
Gatwick airport's new onward travel centre will make airport experiences easier for passengers as it will put their needs first, a spokesperson has claimed.
Read More: Gatwick travel centre 'prioritises passenger needs'
Posted Fri, 02 Nov 2007 17:09:58 GMT
An investment advice and information website has offered an insight into the ongoing popularity of Spain and its hotspots of Alicante and Malaga, claiming that the character and culture of the country is irresistibly attractive to British people.
Read More: Brits 'in love with everything Spanish'
Posted Fri, 02 Nov 2007 15:12:54 GMT
Travellers from north-east England have been offered more options to head to the Spanish holiday hotspot of Malaga with the launch of new flights from Newcastle.
Read More: Flights from Newcastle to Malaga on sale
Posted Wed, 31 Oct 2007 17:19:28 GMT
Travellers enjoying holidays to Malaga and Palma de Mallorca via Gatwick airport will soon have their journeys made easier with a new onward travel centre at the hub.
Read More: Gatwick to open new travel hub
Posted Thu, 25 Oct 2007 15:32:59 GMT
Gatwick airport has announced that hundreds of thousands of people travelled through its hub on half-term holidays, with Malaga in Spain the number one destination.
Read More: Malaga, Tenerife among top half-term spots
Posted Wed, 24 Oct 2007 15:41:03 GMT
Tourists are expected to flock to Malaga over the next few months after 60 ceramic works by Pablo Picasso were put on show.
Read More: Picasso works on display in Malaga
Posted Tue, 23 Oct 2007 16:09:58 GMT
Holiday hotspots like Malaga and Alicante continued to prove popular in September, with Spain welcoming more foreign visitors than in the same month of 2006, according to new figures.
Read More: Spain tourist arrivals up in September
Posted Mon, 22 Oct 2007 17:17:37 GMT
It appears that it is not only ordinary tourists for whom Malaga is a desirable spot, as a top American basketball team has been spotted enjoying the city.
Read More: Basketball stars hit Malaga streets
Posted Tue, 09 Oct 2007 17:37:39 GMT
People planning holidays in Malaga over coming years will have more options to keep them entertained, with two new museums set to open.
Read More: Malaga to boast 2 new museums
Posted Wed, 03 Oct 2007 16:43:29 GMT
Ever popular with tourists from across the globe, Malaga once again proved itself as one of the top European holiday destinations at the city's fourth annual Cultural Tourism Fair last week.
Read More: Thousands flock to Malaga tourism fair
Posted Fri, 28 Sep 2007 13:23:18 GMT
Government officials in Spain have earmarked Malaga airport for a 360 million Euro (£251 million) grant to put towards expansion and development.
Read More: Malaga airport to get 360m Euro facelift
Posted Fri, 28 Sep 2007 13:21:23 GMT
Visitors to Malaga in October will be close to the Nerja feria, the festival that sees the town come to life with music and spectacle.
Read More: Enjoy one of Nerja's biggest festivals
Posted Tue, 25 Sep 2007 17:50:26 GMT
The popularity of destinations like Malaga contributed to Spain achieving another increase in visitor numbers in August, official figures state.
Read More: Over 7m visit Spain in August
Posted Mon, 24 Sep 2007 17:14:49 GMT
Visitors to Malaga this month will be close enough to hear the celebrations as a fair in honour of San Miguel Arcangel takes place in Torremolinos.
Read More: Celebrate San Miguel in Spain
Posted Tue, 18 Sep 2007 16:19:28 GMT
One of Malaga's many tourist attractions has received recognition from a European tourism group, according to reports.
Read More: Malaga park wins European award
Posted Fri, 14 Sep 2007 17:15:36 GMT
Fans of legendary artist Pablo Picasso will be making their way to Malaga over the coming days to catch an exhibition of some of the painter and sculptor's lesser-known works.
Read More: Picasso fans make way to Malaga
Posted Mon, 10 Sep 2007 16:18:02 GMT
Two towns in southern Spain are currently gearing up for major annual events and preparing to welcome tourists from all over the world.
Read More: Spanish towns gear up for celebrations
Posted Wed, 05 Sep 2007 16:43:42 GMT
Many tourists looking for an experience to capture the true spirit of Spain will be flying to Malaga over the coming days to take in the Goyesque Fair.
Read More: Experience Spain at the Goyesque Fair
Posted Mon, 03 Sep 2007 17:15:00 GMT
Basketball fans who want to get away as autumn sets in could be heading to Malaga, where the fast paced NBA will be playing an exhibition game.
Read More: NBA makes Malaga visit
Posted Tue, 28 Aug 2007 17:17:29 GMT
Golf tourism around the Mediterranean is flourishing, led on by destinations like Malaga, Faro and Turkey.
Read More: Med golf greens growing
Posted Thu, 16 Aug 2007 16:02:14 GMT
Malaga hosts one of the biggest parties of the region in the third week of August.
Read More: Malaga celebrates reconquest
Posted Mon, 13 Aug 2007 17:27:38 GMT
The Duchess of York is holidaying in Malaga, taking the opportunity to find the sun which has proven so elusive in Britain.
Read More: Duchess of York holidays in Malaga
Posted Thu, 09 Aug 2007 17:08:41 GMT
The sunny coast of Malaga has attracted a high number of foreigners and Britons are leading the way.
Read More: Malaga a hit with Brits
Posted Tue, 07 Aug 2007 17:36:16 GMT
Torremolinos, accessible by rental car from Costa del Sol hub Malaga, has recently opened a new seaside park.
Read More: New park for Costa del Sol
Posted Mon, 06 Aug 2007 16:44:06 GMT
The popularity of Malaga as a summer destination was highlighted by figures released by the region's airports and tourist board.
Read More: Malaga tourism healthy
Posted Fri, 03 Aug 2007 17:25:43 GMT
The variety of attractions in Malaga has been highlighted by the vast number of entries submitted by residents to a local competition to discover the ten wonders of Malaga.
Read More: Malaga seeks top ten wonders
Posted Wed, 01 Aug 2007 17:35:34 GMT
Malaga residents, many of whom are Brits abroad, are the happiest in all of Spain - and with good reason.
Read More: Malaga 'happiest city in Spain'
Posted Fri, 27 Jul 2007 16:57:24 GMT
An extension to Malaga's airport has now been completed and was inaugurated on Monday.
Read More: Malaga airport expansion complete
Posted Tue, 24 Jul 2007 16:31:36 GMT
Keeping fit while basking in the holiday sun is free now that Malaga has created open air gyms along the coast.
Read More: Malaga seafront gets free open air gyms
Posted Fri, 15 Jun 2007 17:06:14 GMT
The beaches of Malaga are set to get cleaner and more child friendly as a number of bars are set to be relocated from the beach.
Read More: Malaga tidies beaches, makes bars safer
Posted Fri, 08 Jun 2007 17:07:57 GMT
Malaga will offer lovers and novices of flamenco the opportunity for to either dip their toes or jump in the deep end.
Read More: Malaga festival's flamenco flair
Posted Wed, 06 Jun 2007 17:19:51 GMT
Holidays to Malaga and the Spanish Costa del Sol are set to get even easier following expansion to the airport and public transport system was announced.
Read More: Malaga airport gets makeover
Posted Fri, 01 Jun 2007 17:14:00 GMT
Malaga's list of achievements keeps growing as the sun-soaked summer holiday destination becomes part of a record breaking bid.
Read More: Malaga plays part in record breaking bid
Posted Tue, 29 May 2007 17:22:42 GMT
Malaga has been reacting to changes in the way people like to holiday and will continue to adapt, following a plan set forth by the regional government, the Junta de Andalucia.
Read More: Malaga matches tourist moods
Posted Fri, 25 May 2007 10:15:42 GMT
Almost half of holidaymakers heading to Costa del Sol destinations such as Malaga are taking advantage of online booking to purchase their visits.
Read More: Many Malaga visitors book online flights
Posted Thu, 24 May 2007 16:06:06 GMT
Antonio Banderas went back to his hometown of Malaga to direct his second feature film which will be released later this year.
Read More: Banderas uses hometown as his film set
Posted Mon, 14 May 2007 17:26:22 GMT
There are more places to stay in Spanish destinations such as Malaga, Alicante and the Canary Islands than there were a year ago, according to the latest figures from the National Institute of Statistics.
Read More: 'more holiday dwellings available'
Posted Thu, 10 May 2007 17:18:23 GMT
Construction work at the Malaga airport which will smooth transfers in and out is set to be completed by the high season this summer, according to a report in a Spanish Newspaper.
Read More: Malaga airport makes improvements
Posted Tue, 01 May 2007 17:50:00 GMT
The popularity of Malaga and the Costa del Sol has fuelled a growth in the market for bars and there are more for sale than ever before, according to one commercial estate agent.
Read More: Malaga's bar scene 'thriving'
Posted Wed, 25 Apr 2007 13:20:00 GMT
The small village of El Rocio near Malaga is anticipating its annual influx of up to a million pilgrims flocking to see the Virgin of the Dew.
Read More: Virgin of the dew attracts thousands
Posted Mon, 02 Apr 2007 17:25:00 GMT
More flights from regional airports to holiday hotspots helped growth in the aviation industry, it has been claimed.
Read More: Regional airports opening doors to Europe
Posted Fri, 16 Mar 2007 13:38:14 GMT
The southern Spanish resort of Malaga is to play host to a unique singing and dancing contest markedly different from the ones Brits are used to.
Read More: Malaga is hot to trot
Posted Wed, 14 Mar 2007 12:37:39 GMT
Holidaymakers from the east midlands have taken the opportunity to jet off to warmer climes, new figures have revealed.
Read More: Midlands enjoys Malaga sun
Posted Tue, 20 Feb 2007 17:18:01 GMT
London City Airport was forced to close a runway this morning when a plane landing on the tarmac burst its tyres.
Read More: Burst tyres force London runway to shut
Posted Tue, 20 Feb 2007 17:17:59 GMT
Worldwide tourism surpassed industry expectations last year and is expected to continue to grow in 2007.
Read More: Around the world in 842m arrivals
Posted Wed, 07 Feb 2007 12:46:59 GMT
Thomsonfly is offering Brits looking to get away from the rat race thousands of flights at discounted prices.
Read More: Thomson offers cheap flights to the sun
Posted Fri, 02 Feb 2007 12:38:24 GMT
The Costa del Sol is increasing in popularity with holiday home buyers as well as holidaymakers, according to a Spanish property expert.
Read More: Brits warming to the Costa del Sol
Posted Thu, 25 Jan 2007 11:47:39 GMT
Monarch airlines has celebrated flying its 100,000th passenger on its route from Manchester Airport to Almeria in southern Spain.
Read More: Monarch reaches passenger milestone
Posted Mon, 22 Jan 2007 11:18:03 GMT
Falling fuel prices are set to benefit travellers as airlines cut their surcharges which should see cheaper ticket prices.
Read More: Falling fuel costs to reduce flight prices
Posted Fri, 12 Jan 2007 10:54:58 GMT
Belfast International Airport has welcomed its fifth millionth passenger in 12 months through its doors.
Read More: Belfast welcomes 5m though its doors
Posted Thu, 11 Jan 2007 12:45:43 GMT
BAA has released a statement that warns passengers still thinking to take flights in the run up to Christmas to check their flight details with their airline before leaving home.
Read More: Flight chaos to extend into the weekend
Posted Fri, 22 Dec 2006 11:37:20 GMT
Spanair has announced that it is to add a host of new destinations to its flight roster as the airline continues a period of massive expansion.
Read More: Spanair to increase flights around Europe
Posted Thu, 21 Dec 2006 12:00:48 GMT
The small territory of Gibraltar has welcomed its first flight from Madrid, ending years of aviation isolation from Spain.
Read More: Gibraltar welcomes historic flight
Posted Mon, 18 Dec 2006 13:18:55 GMT
Christmas always seems to come and go far too quickly, but many Britons with spare leave left over are heading away in January to help prolong the celebrations, with the Spanish islands of Malaga or Menorca a top choice.
Read More: Post Christmas party in Menorca
Posted Thu, 07 Dec 2006 16:15:02 GMT
One of the British Airways (BA) planes taken out of service to undergo radiation tests has been given the all-clear, according to a statement from the airline.
Read More: BA plane given all clear
Posted Fri, 01 Dec 2006 15:17:33 GMT