Cheap Flights from Leeds Bradford to Malaga
Flight information Leeds Bradford to Malaga
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average flight time from Leeds Bradford to Malaga, total distance 1196 miles
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This information is correct as of March 2016
Airlines that fly from Leeds to Malaga
Jet2.com, Monarch Airlines and Ryanair all offer direct flights from Leeds to Malaga. This is one of the airport's top three busiest routes, so we recommend booking your flights as soon as possible.
Terminal Information – Departing
Leeds Bradford Airport had one terminal. There's a small but functional selection of shops in the departure lounge including World Duty Free, WH Smith, Superdrug and Travelex. You can pick up plenty of last-minute essentials like sunscreen, sunglasses, and novels to flick through when you're chilling out on the beach. Hungry travellers can enjoy a quick bite to eat at Burger King, Camden Food Company, or Caffe Ritazza. The Saltaire Bar offers a great range of pub grub, soft drinks and alcohol. The airport has one business lounge, The Yorkshire Lounge, which is available to all passengers regardless of travel class and airline. It costs £20* to get in, and has unlimited Wi-Fi as well as a range of complimentary food and drink.
Terminal Information – Arriving
International arrivals at Malaga Airport come through terminal 3 for passport control and luggage collection. The airport is well connected to the city by public transport. Bus A serves the airport and tickets cost €3* (just over £2.30). There's also a train station within walking distance. A train into town takes around 12 minutes, and one-way tickets cost €1.40* (about £1.10). If you're staying in a rural part of the Costa del Sol it's better to take a taxi from the rank outside the airport, arrange a private transfer, or hire a car. Car hire at Malaga Airport is available from a number of big firms and their desks can be found in the terminal 3 arrival hall. Some accommodation in Malaga offers airport transfers for an extra fee. It's worth contacting your hotel to find out if this is available.
You need a valid passport to fly from Leeds to Malaga. We recommend arriving at the airport around 90 minutes before your flight departure time. Give yourself extra time if you're travelling during the summer holidays.
What to expect in Malaga
Malaga is one hour ahead of Leeds and the currency is the Euro (€). Most people in Malaga can speak a bit of English, but learning a few simple Spanish phrases will make it easier to get by. Your money will go further in Malaga than it does in Leeds. An average three-course dinner for two will cost you little more than £23* on average, while a pint of local beer is just over £1*. The temperature in Malaga is much warmer than Leeds, and is quite mild all year round. In July you can expect an average temperature of 25°C (although it can easily soar above that) and in January you can expect a mild 13°C. Our Malaga travel guide has more information about what to expect from your trip.
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