AENA spends €14m soundproofing Malaga houses


THE Spanish Airport Authorities (AENA) have spent almost €14 million to soundproof 783 houses near Malaga Airport.

There are now only 140 more houses which need to be soundproofed to complete the acoustic insulation plan which was started several years ago.

AENA has paid for double glazed windows and doors, as well as new roofs to lessen the noise caused by aircraft flying over areas such as Guadalmar, San Julian and Zapata.


However, some residents complain that nothing has been done to their kitchens and bathrooms as these are not considered “rest areas”.


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