AENA (owner of Spanish airports) expects two million passengers to be transferred in their scheduled flights this weekend during the three-day weekend that celebrates All Saints holiday. Malaga airport will operate 1.777 flights for a total of 297.935 seats.
The airports that expect the most number of flights and passengers during the long weekend are Malaga and Alicante with Malaga airport expecting 866 arrivals and departures, totalling 142.211 seats, many of which will be using Malaga airport taxis in order to be transferred to their final destinations in Marbella, Nerja and other towns along the Costa del Sol.
All airlines have scheduled a total of 12.392 operations across the network, Sunday being the day with the highest number of arrivals and departures, since 4,361 movements are anticipated for a total of 693.942 seats offered nationwide, according to information from sources of the port manager.
The Madrid Barajas Airport is the one with the largest number of movements recorded at the start of the long weekend, as it has scheduled a total of 2.390 flights for the next three days, and 396.862 seats are available.