Malaga Airport

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Until its construction is over (perhaps 2010) make sure your bags have wheels trolleys are nowhere to be found and if you are going to parking T1 don't forget boots gloves and a construction hard hat. How they allow the public to park there in middle of construction. But Malaga is great place.
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Recently arrived from and returned to STN over a 5 day period. Overall AGP works very well though I'm glad I saw it in March. It could be hideous in July. Construction suggests that it plans to cope well in the future. For now it seemed a very long walk from the arrival gate to the baggage hall. Baggage arrived quite quickly as it turned out but the televisions did not seem to indicate either its arrival or location so we just guessed where it was. On departure the check-in hall although busy worked well through sensible allocation of desks. Security was rather brusque but still not the TSA. Waiting for the flight was quite pleasant with plenty of seating though I'm glad I got my breakfast just ahead of the rush.
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We used Malaga airport very recently it was my first time back here for 20 years. Nothing much has changed. Old fashioned compared to UK airports but its still very efficient. Major building works still in their early stages make this airport look very untidy. Im sure it will be up to date within the next few years. Still it works well but reminds me of the typical Spanish airport of the eighties.
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I flew out of Malaga on a Transavia flight. Taking the train from Malaga RENFE to avoid the traffic on approach to the airport due to the construction was a wise move as the total transit time from town to standing in the check in queue was less than 20 minutes. All the queues in the horribly crowded check in area were long but orderly and moved at a reasonable speed. I probably waited 10 minutes. Security was surprisingly fast but didn't seem very efficient. The catering facilities are pretty poor beer and chips mainly but that may be a response to perceived customer needs. I shudder to imagine what this airport must be like in peak season and I will certainly try in future to fly in and out of Granada which has a small number of international flights.
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Be advised that construction works are carried out to the outside of AGP terminal ! Traffic gets re-routed so take extra care to watch for signs. As said before the larger hall which is adressed to as Terminal 2 is quite boring being built to cater for masses of holiday charter flights. To the left of the check-in counters is the connecting corridor to Terminal 1 which is much quieter and where you´ll find those shops & restaurants mentioned by the previous poster. When spending your time there make sure to return to T2 security in time as waiting times can be significant. Operations will improve significantly once the extensions to the facilities (incl. a second runway) will be finished. There is NO Underground station; the train station for Malaga or Torremolinos/Fuengirola is open air and located past the parking structures across the access road. "Under the Terminal" i.e. "below Arrivals" is the place where rental car companies have their counters. To get to these make sure to make that right turn leaving the baggage belts before exiting the secure Arrivals area.
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