Ryanair is launching a direct flight from Cardiff Airport to Malaga this summer according to its website, bringing the number of destinations served from Wales’ national airport to six.
The flight (FR4950/4951) will operate 3 times per week from 3rd June through to September.
Ryanair’s Robin Keily said: “Ryanair is pleased to announce a new Cardiff route to Malaga, commencing in June, which will operate three times weekly, as part of our extended Cardiff summer 2019 schedule.“
Ryanair already flies to Dublin (occasional), Tenerife South and Faro from Cardiff Airport and starts Barcelona and Malta later this year.
Malaga Airport (AGP/LEMG) is already served by charter airline TUI and low-cost rivals Vueling.
Cardiff Airport Chief Executive Office Debra Barber said: “It’s fantastic to see Ryanair continuing to expand its choice from Cardiff with the announcement of a third new route for Summer 2019“
Located on Spain’s Costa Del Sol, The port city of Malaga has always been a popular destination for British tourists thanks to its sandy beaches and almost year round good weather.
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