Cheap Flights from London Luton to Malaga
Flight information London Luton to Malaga
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Average flight time, total distance 1070 miles
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This information is correct as of December 2015
Airlines that fly from Luton to Malaga
Monarch Airlines, easyJet and Thomson Airways all fly direct to Malaga from Luton Airport.
Terminal Information – Departing
Luton Airport has one terminal. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the departure lounge. There's a good range of high-street and designer shops to browse while you wait to board. Kurt Geiger, MAC, Victoria's Secret and Aelia Duty Free are all worth a quick look. Grab some poolside reading at WHSmith, something tasty for the flight at Hotel Chocolat, or some sunscreen from Boots. If you're hungry you can enjoy a meal at Frankie & Benny's or Bar 10. There are plenty of places to grab a quick coffee and snack such as Pret a Manger, Krispy Kreme and Starbucks. For a real pre-holiday treat you can enjoy a manicure at Cloud Nails or check into the Aspire Lounge. The lounge offers a peaceful place to relax and enjoy a full range of complimentary snacks and drinks.
Terminal Information – Arriving
Arrivals come through Terminal 3 for baggage collection and passport control. Public transport is widely available, as are private transfers and car rental. If you're planning on driving remember to compare car hire at Malaga Airport to find the best deals. The car hire desks are inside Terminal 3, and there's a taxi rank just outside. Malaga Airport has a train station within walking distance: it only takes 12 minutes to reach the city centre by train. One way tickets are just €1.40* (about £1). Alternatively you can take Bus A into Malaga: it's slightly more expensive at €3* (about £2.20) and it takes a bit longer.
You need a valid passport to fly to Malaga from London. We recommend arriving at least two hours before scheduled departure. It's wise to give yourself extra time if you're flying during the school holidays, as queues at security are often longer.
What to expect in Malaga
Malaga is one hour ahead of London and the currency is the Euro (€). If you're staying in the city it's a good idea to learn a few key Spanish phrases before you fly. Most of the service staff in the Costa Del Sol resorts are proficient in English. The region is one of the most popular holiday destinations, known for its stunning weather and low prices. A pint of local draught beer is just over £1* and a three course meal for two will set you back a little over £22*. The high season falls between June and August, but the region gets mild weather all year round. Expect average temperatures of 25°C in the summer and 13°C during the winter.
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