Operational changes

Málaga-Costa del Sol airport has carried out the following operational changes in order to meet the needs as a result of COVID-19 health emergency and the activity decline:

  • T3 is open as of 1 July: check in and  boarding (boarding gates D). 
  • The security checkpoint and the fast lane service at T3 are operational as of 27  June. 
  • T2 remains operational: check in and boarding (boarding gates C) and, on some occasions, boarding gates B.  
  • Shopping area. All the shops and eateries are progressively reopening. Malaga Duty Free, Parfois, Swarovski and the eateries Mama Campo, Dehesa Santa María and Café Pans are open.  As from 2 July Sunglass Hut (boarding) will open. The pharmacy (public area) and the Tobacconist's remain open and vending machines are available at the check-in and boarding areas. ATMs at arrivals are operational and soon those at the departures floor will also be operational.
  • Vip services. As from 1 July the Vip Lounge and the Meet & Assist service will be available.
  • Car parks. As from 1 July the P1 Car Park will open and the Express Car Park will resume its regular fares. The General Aviation Car Park remains open.
  • Car rental.  As from 1 July the companies resume their services at the terminal (basement floor -2) and at their car park offices. Check out their opening times.
  • Public transport. Public transport to/from the airport may be subject to alterations. Users are advised to check the de EMT Málaga y Renfe official information.
  • PRM service. Will require a pre-booking with the notice period set out in Regulation. 1107/2006 of the European Parliament and of the Council, which in this case the pre-booking period of the service is 48 hours in advance and persons with reduced mobility must be at the meeting points more than 2 hours in advance of the departure of their flight.
  • The  lost&found service is temporarily suspended. If you have lost an ítem you may send an e-mail to the following address: objetosperdidosagp@aena.es
  • Aena information service. The support office for passengers, users and customers is open.

 

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The Málaga-Costa del Sol airport, with over 19 million passengers, had the third highest passenger volume of peninsula airports in the Aena network, after Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez and Barcelona- El Prat. Four other Spanish airports have traffic of over 10 million passengers: Palma de Mallorca, Alicante-Elche, Gran Canaria and Tenerife Sur.