Flights from Belfast to Malaga

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Flight information Belfast to Malaga

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There's one airport in Malaga: Malaga.
The best price found on Skyscanner for a flight from Belfast to Malaga is €38. This was found by aggregating across different carriers and is the cheapest price for the whole month.
3h 0min is the average flight time from Belfast to Malaga.
There are 2 airlines who fly direct from Belfast to Malaga.
There are 8 flights per week flying from Belfast to Malaga, as of August.
## Booking Cheap Flights From Belfast to Malaga

If you're ready for some fun in the sun, you can easily find cheap flights from Belfast to Malaga at Skyscanner. You can choose specific days, a range of days, or even an entire month to find the cheapest flights available. If you haven't decided on a date, you can set up price alerts to get the best deal possible. You can even score deals on last-minute flights.

## Airlines That Fly From Belfast to Malaga

In autumn and winter months, Ryanair has direct flights from Belfast to Malaga on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays. In spring and summer, Ryanair has flights on Mondays, too. You can also find cheap flights from Belfast to Malaga with British Airways, easyJet, Norwegian, and Jet2.

## Terminal Information - Departing ### Belfast City

Aer Lingus depart from Belfast City Airport, which is only 5km from the city centre of Belfast. It's a small airport with only one terminal, but the airport has all you'll need for your flight. If you're not flying on a Monday morning or Friday night, check in and security are a breeze. Once on the other side, you can grab a meal at the Market Cafe, or pick up a paper from WHSmith. There's also a small pharmacy and coffee shop.

You can reach Belfast City via the shuttle bus, which only costs £3.50 one way, or £7 for a return ticket (within 14 days). You can also take a taxi which will cost between £10 and £20, depending on where you are setting off from.

### Belfast International

Belfast International is based 17 kilometres outside of the centre of Belfast, but it's still easy to reach with a taxi or a bus. The bus costs £7 one way, and £10 return (for 1 month). The journey will take around 30 – 40 minutes, depending on traffic. A taxi will be slightly faster, but can cost up to £40 depending on where you're setting off from.

Check in is typically under 30 minutes, and there are restaurants and shops on both sides of security. However if you've got the munchies, wait until you're on the other side – The Lagan Bar, Strangford Grill and Fed & Watered are perfect for eating on the go. There's also a Duty Free, Traveller and WHSmith for picking up last minute bits and pieces. You can access the Causeway Lounge for longer stop overs, starting from £20 for 3 hours use.

Free wifi is available in both airports.

## Terminal Information – Arriving

There number of ways of getting to your resort from Malaga Airport. Of course, the easiest ways are via taxi or transfer.  A taxi to Fuengirola, Benalmádena or Cala de Mijas cost upwards of €25 for one ride. A standard ride to downtown Malaga costs around €20. There are a number of private transfers you can organize either inside the airport on arrival, or prior to arriving in Malaga. These tend to be more cost efficient if you're a solo traveller, but if there are 4 passengers a taxi might be a wiser choice.

Spain's bus system is great, especially for this area. The buses go from outside of Malaga Airport – follow the signs once you make your way through arrivals. A journey to Malaga will cost €2 per person and they depart every 20 to 25 minutes, between 7am and 12pm. You could catch the Express Bus on Line A, which stops at Maria Zambrano Station, Avenida de Andalusia, Alameda and Plaza de General Toros when departing from the airport. If you're travelling to Marbella, look up journeys with the Portilla Bus Company. These journeys costs around €4 each, and take a lot longer, but they are easier to organise. If you need to know more about the bus timetables and fares in Spain, check out Avanza.

There's also a train to downtown Malaga, Fuengirola and Torremolinos. These run regularly from 5am until around 11pm at night, and you need to purchase a ticket prior to boarding the train. You can do this at the machines at the station, located on the ground floor of Terminal 3.

Alternatively, you could hire a car to get to your destination – it may turn out to be the easiest and most cost effective choice for your journey!

## Practical Information When Travelling From Belfast to Malaga – Passports / Visas

If you're an Irish citizen travelling within the European Union, the only document you need is your national identification card, although passports are accepted also. Before you leave home, it's a good idea to print out boarding passes. This way, you'll avoid extra costs at the airport. Most airlines recommend that you arrive at the airport two hours ahead of your flight's departure time. This gives you plenty of time for checking in and going through security at Belfast International Airport (BFS). Malaga is one hour ahead of Belfast and uses the euro as its currency. Spanish is the official language.

## What to Expect in Malaga

Located on the Costa del Sol, Malaga is the perfect place for relaxing on the beach. The coastal area has over 90 kilometres of famous beaches like Marbella, La Malagueta, and Puerto Banus. With so many flights from Belfast to Malaga, you can be lying on a beach in no time. It's just a 40-minute drive from Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport (AGP) to the city. Outside the arrivals area in terminals 2 and 3, you can find public buses that go to the city. Many also make stops at several local beaches.

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Make sure you save time to explore the city where Picasso was born. While you're in Malaga, visit the Picasso Museum and admire the impressive cathedral called the Manquita. Check out Gibralfaro Castle, or stroll around the botanical gardens. Malaga is famous for its fresh seafood, so try one of their local dishes like gazpachuelo or fritura malaguena.

## Find a Hotel or Car Hire in Malaga

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*This information is correct as of November 2018

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.