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Malaga airport air control towerMálaga-Costa del Sol Airport, also popularly known as Pablo Picasso Airport or simply Malaga Airport, is located in the district of Churriana, municipality of Málaga, 7 km southwest of the city center of Málaga. It is the most important airport of the Autonomous Community of Andalusia.

Málaga - Costa del Sol airport is part of the Public Business Entity AENA, Aeropuertos Españoles y Navegación Aérea. Occupying the fourth place among the Spanish airports for its considerable volume of passengers, and number 22 within the European Union. It is also considered the main gateway to and from the tourism of the famous and touristic Costa del Sol and the rest of Andalusia.

It is also known as Pablo Picasso Airport, due to the fact that the Terminal T2 was named after the famous Malacian painter Pablo Ruiz Picasso (1881-1973). During several years, this terminal was the most famous terminal until the implementation of the new terminal T3, on the 15th of March, 2010.

AGP Malaga Airport

Information and contact

Address: Avenida Comandante García Morato, s/n, 29004 Málaga
Phone numbers: (+34) 91 321 10 00

Public Entities
Aena, S.A. is a Spanish public company that manages 46 airports and 2 heliports in Spain; Barcelona airport is one of them. Originally known as Aena Aeropuertos S.A, it adopted by law the name of Aena SME, S.A following the provisions of Royal Decree Law 8 of 4 July 2014.
ENAIRE is the air navigation manager in Spain. Part of the former Aena Aeropuertos S.A., ENAIRE now executes exclusively responsibilities related to airport and air navigation activities, in addition to performing the national and international operational coordination of the Spanish air traffic control network.

To contact S.M.E., S.A write to:

Dirección de Operaciones, Seguridad y Servicios
División Servicios Aeroportuarios
C/ Peonías, 12
28042 Madrid

Contact for people with hearing and/or speech impairment:
Aena has an information and customer service line for passengers with hearing and/or speech impairment. This services allows users with these impairments to contact the Information and Customer Service Line from their computer, tablet or smartphone, and access the chat via the following link; without the need for other people to act as their intermediaries. The service is available from 24 hours, 365 days a year.

Open a new window in Aena website, click on Persons with hearing impairment .

Job advertisements
AENA employment portal

Complaints and claims: For clarifications, suggestions and complaints regarding airport facilities and services (cleaning, air conditioning, information service, assistance service for people with reduced mobility, security services, etc.) you can access Aena's Electronic Office.

Aena is not competent to deal with baggage problems (loss, delay, damage to suitcases or packages) or flight incidents (delays, cancellations, etc.) Consult your airline.

If you wish to make a complaint about a restaurant service (cafeterias, restaurants, etc.), bear in mind that they have their own Official Book of Catering in which you can make your complaint or suggestion in the same place as the events.

Lost and found office Malaga airport (AGP).

Lost in the airport facilities objects can be claimed (free service):
Terminal T3, floor 1 Check-in area, behind check-in desks 363-385.
Contact them by writing an email to
or by filling the lost property claim form and sending it to them.

Lost objects in the aircraft

Lost in the aircraft facilities objects need be claimed at the AGP airlines or their handling company at the airport.

Baggage handling companies- Lost luggage at Malaga airport

The companies that are in charge of the incidents with the luggage and lost objects in the airplanes at Malaga airport are:

  • Aviapartner: (+34) 952 974 107
  • Easy Jet (Menzies): (+34) 952 048 243
  • Groundforce: (+34) 952 048 330 952 048 378
  • Iberia: (+34) 952 136 292
  • Azul Handling (Ryanair): (+34) 952 246 399
  • Jet2: (+34) 952 174 731
  • AGA: (+34) 952 048 270
  • Aviapartner: (+34) 952 974 107
  • Flyme BlueAir
  • Norwegian Air (Menzies): (+34) 952 974 324

Weapons control department

To ask about dangerous luggage, such us firearms, etc. you can address to the police Guardia Civil (spanish police):
T3 planta 1, zona de facturación
(+34) 952 974 643

Check further information about security forces at additional passenger services.

Exhibitions, Museum and Cultural visits to the Airport

For information about:

  • Airport exhibition hall,
  • Airport, Navigation and Air Transport Museum,
  • Airport cultural tours,

please visit the section cultural activities at Malaga airport.

Technical information of Malaga Airport

The coordinates of the airport premises are as follows: 36°40′32″N y 4°29′52″O.

The ICAO/OACI code is LEMG, and the IATA code is AGP.

Malaga airport
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The airport has two runways in "V" form with a separation of 14 degrees in-between, at 52 feet above sea level:
The airport's main runway 13/31 has a length of 3200x45 meters (10 500 x 148 feet) and it's at 16 meters above sea level.
Secondary runway 12/30 has a length of 3000x45 meters and only opens in conditions of high air traffic or in high season.


Malaga airport has five terminals: T1, T2, T3, General Aviation Terminal (GA) and Cargo Terminal.

Most of the passengers come from international destinations such as London/Gatwick, Dublin, Manchester, London/Stansted, Paris/Charles de Gaulle, Amsterdam/Schiphol, Brussels, Copenhague…
The main destinations to national airports are Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas, Barcelona El Prat and Palma de Mallorca.

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