Cheap flights from London to Malaga
Flight information London to Malaga
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Average flight time, total distance 1696 kilometres
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Airport information from London to Malaga
Gatwick Airport, West Sussex RH6 ONP, United Kingdom
Avda Garcia Morato s/n, E-29004 Malaga, Spain
Getting to London Gatwick Airport
London Gatwick Airport is the second busiest airport in United Kingdom and located in West Sussex, around 48 km south of central London. The airport railway station is located next to the South Terminal. The Gatwick Express from Victoria is the most popular service for travellers to reach the airport. Local buses and coaches ply passengers from Heathrow Airport, Stansted Airport and other cities and towns. Metered taxis are easily available as well.
Visitors should make use of the Traffic feature on Google Maps to find out the estimated travel time between their destination and the London Gatwick airport, to avoid getting stuck in traffic jams.
Travelling from Malaga Airport
Malaga Airport is located 8 km southwest of Malaga and is the fourth busiest airport in Spain. The airport has an underground suburban train station. Trains run every 20 minutes between Malaga City and Fuengirola via the airport. It also has an underground bus station and two car parks.
Travellers can also take private cars to get from the airport to the city. For car rentals, check here.
Facilities at London and Malaga airports
London Gatwick airport has two terminals – North and South, each having superb facilities including shops and restaurants. It also has great facilities for differently-abled passengers and for baby changing/feeding. Play areas, business centres, chaplains and other services are also available.
Malaga Airport has three terminals. It boasts of an impressive shopping area, with several designer retail outlets. It also has many world-class cafes and restaurants. Wi-Fi services are available for a small fee.
Tips on how to make the best out of your flight journey from London to Malaga
The average time for London to Malaga flights is 2h 40min nonstop. Visitors can relish the in-flight entertainment as well as delicious snacks and beverages. You can check on any last minute detail regarding the trip or catch up with your close friends and relatives travelling with you.
Time Difference between London and Malaga
London is 1h behind Malaga, Spain.
Weather in Malaga
Malaga experiences hot summers and very mild winters with an average temperature of 25 degrees Celsius in summer and 13 degree Celsius in winter. The best time to visit Malaga is between May and October.
Exchange rate between Great Britain Pound (GBP) and Euro.
1 GBP equals 1.287 Euros as of 30th May, 2016. Check here for the latest exchange rate.
Cost of living in Malaga
A single bus ticket costs 1.30 Euro (INR 97.24), while a Trixi (bike taxi) ride costs an average of 9 Euros (673.19). Horse carriages cost around 30 Euros (INR 2,243.95) for a 45 minute trip. Hop on-hop off buses charge 15 Euros (INR 1121.98) for adults. On an average, meals cost around 7.50 Euros (INR 561) for 2 people at an inexpensive cafe or restaurant. And a meal at McDonalds costs 6.62 Euros (INR 495.17).
Mode of payment accepted in Malaga
The local currency comes in handy as most restaurants accept only cash. Having cash helps while using local transport as well. Most car hire companies ask for credit cards. VISA, MasterCard and AMEX are widely accepted.
Best places for your first meal in Malaga
There are lots of wonderful restaurants at Malaga’s Central Market and opposite the port. The seafood as well as the tapas (appetisers) and wine are highly recommended. The platters of clams and prawns and barbecued sardines on a stick leave the taste buds asking for more. Vegetarians can explore local soups, salads and stews.
Note: Information and data provided on this page is correct as of May 30th, 2016
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.