Malaga has now closed its airport to the general public, with the exception of ghost flights which will carry any remaining Spanish citizens home.
The airport that boasts three terminals and hosts millions of passengers every year, has closed its doors for any outbound flights for the foreseeable future.
Today many flights that were scheduled to leave Malaga Airport were cancelled, as Spain remains in lockdown and the death toll continues to rise.
The only aircrafts reported to land at the airport will be ghost flights, which is essentially a planned route that will continue to fly to bring any remaining Spanish citizens home.
It has been reported that terminal 2 is now closed, while terminal 3 remains open but its only use will be for repatriation.