Flights from London to Malaga

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London to Malaga

  • London to Malaga is 1,053 miles
  • The most popular airline flying from London to Malaga last month was Norwegian
  • The average flight time from London to Malaga is 2h 40min
  • 9 airlines fly direct from London to Malaga
  • There are 247 flights a week from London to Malaga
  • £35 was the cheapest return price from London to Malaga last month

Airlines that fly from London to Malaga

British Airways from Heathrow and Gatwick; Thomson Airways from Gatwick and Luton; Monarch Airlines from Gatwick and Luton; easyJet from Luton, Southend, Gatwick and Stansted; Ryanair from Stansted; Norwegian Air Shuttle from Gatwick; and BA CityFlyer from London City.

Terminal Information – Departing

This information is just a guide. Always check your boarding card for up-to-date terminal information.

Flights from Heathrow to Malaga usually leave from Terminal 5, the newest and most luxurious terminal which exclusively for BA and Iberia passengers. There's an art gallery and a spa as well as a huge range of great places to eat, drink and shop.

London City Airport only has one terminal. The airport is mostly used by business travellers, so facilities are basic yet functional. Free Wi-Fi is available, and there are plenty of places to grab a coffee and a bite. Boots, WHSmith, Links of London and Aelia Duty Free cover retail therapy.

There are two terminals at Gatwick Airport. British Airways, easyJet and Thomson all fly from the North Terminal while passengers travelling with Monarch or Norwegian fly from the South Terminal. If you're arriving at the airport on the Gatwick Express you can use the inter-terminal shuttle to reach the North Terminal. Both terminals have a good range of dining and shopping options.

Luton Airport only has one terminal, which is small but perfectly formed with a fantastic range of bars, restaurants and shops. The airport lounge is upstairs, with a great view of the busy concourse below.

Stansted Airport also has one terminal, again with a good range of places to relax before your flight. You can grab a glass of fizz at the champagne bar, enjoy a healthy salad at Giraffe, or just shop 'til you drop at World Duty Free.

Southend Airport is another one terminal airport. It's very small with limited shopping and dining. We recommend relaxing in the First Class lounge which you can pre-book online.

Terminal Information – Arriving

Most flights from London to Malaga land at Terminal 2, although some British Airways flights land at Terminal 3. These two terminals are connected by a walkway. Buses to Marbella and Estepona leave from Terminal 2, while the number 75 express bus to Malaga leaves from Terminal 3. The train station is just outside Terminal 3, and offers trains into the centre of Malaga as well as to Fuengirola, Benalmadena, and Torremolinos.

Practical Information

You need a valid passport to travel from the UK to Spain. Give yourself plenty of time at the airport: we recommend at least an hour.

What to expect in Malaga

Prices in Malaga are a lot lower than in London, you can enjoy having greater spending power especially on food and drink. The weather in Malaga is typical of the south of Spain: simply lovely. The hottest month is July, where temperatures usually sit around 25°C, but the sunniest month is October.


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