Airport Bosses Upbeat

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AREAL VIEW: Malaga Airport

MALAGA airport will see passenger numbers fall this year to 12.1 million, down 600,000 from 2012.

But airport bosses are confident a recovery will start in 2014, with numbers rising to a record 14.1 million in 2018.

According to a report by Spanish Airports and Air Navigation (Aena), the public company which manages airports in Spain, the turning point will come by the end of 2014.

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This was the information given to luxury firms – including Gucci, Loewe and others – interested in opening shops in a new 210 square metres business area to be opened at the airport.

Government figures also revealed that MalagaAirport was the third most visited in Spain by low-cost airline passengers (3.9 million), after Barcelona and Palma.

 


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