Turkish Airlines offers two direct flights every day from Malaga to Istanbul. Operated regularly all year round, flights take off from Malaga Costa Del Sol Airport (AGP) and land at Istanbul Airport (IST) within nearly four and a half hours. The number of flights remains the same throughout the year, no changes occur on a seasonal basis.
Take a look at the flights from Malaga with Turkish Airlines now to see all the destinations you may reach from here with a connecting flight over Istanbul.
Situated at the east of Iberian Peninsula close to the Gibraltar, Malaga is a significant port town in the Andalusia Autonomous Community. This utterly charming city hosting numerous icons by its history of 2000 years owns an extremely high touristic potential. The settlement which first started in Malaga Mountains gradually reached by the sea in time, which contributed to the development of the city, ranking among the top largest cities in Spain also thanks to its port.
Malaga Cathedral, one of the best models of Baroque and Renaissance architecture today serves as a museum. Roman Theater dating back to the 1st century B.C. is one of the most attention-grabbing spots in the city as a significant piece of Malaga’s historical heritage. Picasso Museum, where the artist’s works are exhibited, together with Centre Pompidou Malaga remain the favorite spots of the tourists who are interested in art and culture tours. Plaza de Toros, the arena where bullfighting takes place, is of course another crowd-pulling spot in beautiful Malaga.
Malaga Costa Del Sol Airport (AGP) serves as the fourth largest airport countrywide.
Passengers planning to use public transport for reaching the airport from the city center may use the buses operating in A line. Buses numbered 19 departing from Alameda Principal or Paseo del Parque stops in every thirty minutes would be a practical option reaching the airport comfortably.
Another option would be using the railway; trains operating from platform 2 in Malaga Centro Railway Station in every 20 minutes get to terminal 3 in the airport within nearly 12 minutes. It is also possible to take the cabs available 7/24 in the city center.
Extending over Europe and the primeval lands of the Anatolia, Istanbul is the largest metropolis and one of the most touristic destinations in Turkey. This enchanting city simply fascinates everyone around the world by its perfect location on vast lands, as well as its mobile and vigorous presence.
The city hosts countless historic icons remaining from various ages: Hagia Sophia Museum from the Byzantine period, Topkapı Palace remaining from the Ottoman period, Cistern of Philoxenos from the reign of Constantine the Great, along with thousands of remarkable icons of the Republic period form the city’s captivating silhouette. International cultural and artistic events and the sports tournaments held all over the city all year round reach huge number of participants as notable organizations drawing interest.
There are two airports in Istanbul to manage the busy air traffic: Istanbul Airport (IST) and Istanbul Sabiha Gökçen Airport (SAW). Passengers with a flight ticket to Istanbul from Malaga with Turkish Airlines land at Istanbul Airport (IST).
Here you can find all information and answers to your transportation questions on the new flight destination, Istanbul Airport (IST).
Firstly, you can reach Istanbul Airport (IST) which is located on the D20 road and connects to both TEM and E5 by private vehicle. If you want to rent a car, you can find car rental companies at the airport, just choose a car and travel with ease from the airport to the city center. Another option is the 24/7 taxi service outside the domestic and international terminals. It takes around 30 minutes to reach the city center by taxi and costs around 100-110 TL. When it comes to public transport, you can use Havaist, which sets off from 60 different spots or benefit from IETT bus services.
For more detailed information check our transport information page.