Your flight to Malaga
The international airport in Malaga is known as the Malaga International Airport or Costa del Sol Airport. It is located 8 km southwest of Malaga.
The IATA code designated to the airport is: AGP.
This code is typically used for the online booking of flights and also appears on your ticket.
Malaga airport is the fourth busiest airport in Spain, which comprises of 85% of the total international traffic in Andalucia. It offers the highest volume of direct daily international flights in Andalucia.
The airport operates 3 terminals: T1, T2 and T3
Vithas Xanit Internacional hospital is located just 10 minutes south of Malaga airport – Costa del Sol
Your flight to Malaga from: Europe – Eastern Europe – Switzerland – Russia – North Africa
Many “low cost” companies are currently operating from Malaga airport and offer daily international flights.
The “low cost” companies that flight between Malaga and Europe, Switzerland, Eastern Europe, Russia and North Africa are:
Your flight to Malaga from USA
The airline that operates out of Malaga airport and provides direct connections is
- DELTA AIRLINES – www.delta.com
Your transfer from Malaga airport – Costa del Sol
Upon your arrival at Malaga airport, a team member of Vithas Xanit Internacional will take care of your transfers from the airport to the hotel and also to our hospital.
However, if needed, we will provide further information on how to get from Malaga airport to Vithas Xanit Internacional hospital:
The hospital is located 12 kilometres away from the airport, so the taxi would be a simple and affordable way to reach Vithas Xanit.
The taxi rank at the airport is located in the terminal 3 arrivals area.
The taxi ride takes approximately 20 minutes and costs approx. 18-20€
A line of commuter trains connects the Malaga International Airport with Benalmádena – “Arroyo de la Miel”. The station is located at the exit of the arrivals area in terminal 3.
The train takes approximately 15 minutes and costs approx. 2€
There is a taxi service running between the train station in Benalmádena – “Arroyo de la Miel” to the hospital.