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Increase in Passengers and Flights at Malaga

Increase in Passengers and Flights at Malaga

As the mercury rises, so does the number of visitors to the Costa del Sol. Thus, in May, Malaga Airport saw almost 2 million passengers travelling on almost 14,000 flights! Specifically, the airport handled 1,914,220 passengers in May, an increase of 4.2% when compared to the same month in 2018. Travellers moved on 13,988 flights, Continue Reading

Málaga Airport Had a Busy April

Málaga airport increase in passengers

The Costa del Sol continues to attract visitors from around the world, as well as from around Spain, according to airport operator AENA. In April, Málaga Costa del Sol Airport recorded 7.5% more flights and 7.6% more passengers than in the same month of 2018. Specifically, 1,827,586 travellers moved on 13,236 flights. The vast majority Continue Reading

Foreign Buyers Still Flocking to Spain

Foreign Buyers Still Flocking to Spain

During the second half of 2018 there were 50,249 property sales to foreign buyers, an interannual increase of 1.4%. Furthermore, the figure represents 18.2% of the total purchases and sales made during those six months, according to the General Council of Notaries. Between July and December transactions carried out by foreign buyers were concentrated in Continue Reading

Home Sales Slowed in March

Home Sales Slowed in March

Property sales in Spain stood at 50,659 transactions in March, a year-on-year fall of 2.9%, according to data from the General Council of Notaries. By type of property, the sale of flats showed a strong year-on-year drop of 5.4%. The fall can be attributed to a drop in sales of both new apartments (-9.3%) and Continue Reading

Spain Received 5.6 million Tourists in March

Spain Received 5.6 million Tourists in March

Spain received 5.6 million international tourists in March, 4.7% more than the same month in 2018. According to the INE data, the UK was the main country of residence for March’s visitors. More than 1.1 million Brits arrived representing 19.7% of the total. However, the figure was 6.2% lower than in March last year. German Continue Reading

Significant Increase in New Mortgages in January

January saw a 22.5% increase in new home loans

January saw 36,832 new mortgages approved for the purchase of a home. This is 22.5% more than last January, a significant increase, according to the INE. The average amount of capital borrowed was 121,036 euros, a slight drop of 0.7%. The total amount lent for home purchases reached 4,458 million euros, an annual increase of Continue Reading

Record Passenger Numbers at Málaga Airport

Record Passenger Numbers at Málaga Airport

In February Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport handled a 9.2% increase in passenger numbers when compared to the same month in 2018. Staff at the airport also dealt with a 6.1% increase in the number of flight operations. There were 1,052,194 passengers and 8,140 take-offs/landings in February, according to airport operator AENA. The vast majority of Continue Reading

Property Prices Up 2.6% in January

The average home loan in January was €135,616

Purchases and sales of homes reached 40,388 transactions in January, a slight year-on-year increase of 0.3%, according to the General Council of Notaries. By type of housing, the sale of apartments showed a year-on-year fall of 1.3%. Meanwhile, transactions for second-hand homes fell by 1.5%, while sales of new property increased by 0.1%. The sale Continue Reading

Málaga Airport Had Busiest Year Ever in 2018

Málaga Airport handled over 19m passengers in 2018

In terms of passenger numbers, 2018 was the busiest year in the history of Málaga Costa del Sol Airport. This is according to figures released by airport operator, AENA. Beating 2017’s record, which fell slightly short of 19 million passengers, growth in both the domestic and international sectors brought 19,021,704 passengers through the airport. This Continue Reading

Housing Finished 2018 With a Price Increase

December saw prices increase 20.73% in Madrid

The number of purchases/sales of homes in Spain reached 47,254 in November, according to the General Council of Notaries. This represents an annual decrease of 3.6%. The sale of flats showed a significant annual fall dropping 6.5% year-on-year. This was due to falls in sales of both new property (-7.1%) and also second-hand properties (-5.5%). Continue Reading