Malaga airport will have 25 new routes during this winter season, which will start this coming Sunday and will end in late March 2014. The international market share encompasses 80.5% of the seating capacity and 75% of scheduled flights.
Overall, for the upcoming winter season, Malaga airport has a total of 2.253.554 seats, an increase of 11.5%over the same period in 2012, when airlines only scheduled a total of 2.021.404.
Movement also has grown, specifically by 13.7%. From global data, European market figures stand out. Airlines have planned to offer a whopping 19.6% more seats and 19% more flights than last winter, according to a press release from Malaga airport.
Thirteen of the new routes will connect Malaga airport with Germany, a fact which shows the strength of the German market, growing in a significant manner, with 79.9% more seating offered and 77.2% more planned flights. These will be direct flights without any transfer.
New routes will link Germany with the Malaga airport. The new routes will include cities such as Dortmund, Cologne, Nuremberg, Hannover, Münster or Hamburg, among others.
United Kingdom is the destination of major importance for Malaga airport. The UK will be connected with Malaga resulting in 11.1% more seating available and 12.1% more flights than last winter.
British cities such as London and Bournemouth will have new flight routes this winter, among other cities in the UK.
Some of the other destinations that complete the new routes (direct with out transfers) from Malaga airport this upcoming winter season are Prague (Czech Republic), Brussels (Belgium), Bucharest (Romania), Rome (Italy), Moscow (Russia), Geneva (Switzerland), Liege (Belgium) and the Spanish cities of Bilbao, Ceuta, Madrid, Melilla and Santiago de Compostela.
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