IT’S the Big Apple, the city that never sleeps, where cars are as big as bars.
And starting in May, there will be direct flights out of Malaga Airport straight to New York City.
Delta Air Lines’ six-times-a-week service will be run in conjunction with Air France, KLM and Alitalia.
It’s good news for American tourists looking for sun, sea, sand on the Costa del Sol, too.
Nat Pieper, vice-president of Delta Europe, says: “The USA is one of the prime markets in terms of the number of visitors to Andalucia. With 2,700 weekly seats on offer between Malaga and the USA this summer, we are meeting that growing demand.”
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