Malaga to Seville train - Ticket Flexibility

HiMy plane lands in Malaga at 11.05am and theres a train I can get to Seville with a half hr changeover at Cordoba) -So I think I can get to the train in time for 12.10pm as Ive only got hand luggage and can get a taxi thereBut I want to buy a ticket that I can also use on the train after the 12.10pm - I think its at 14.15pm incase I miss the one I want to get at 12.10pm. Im confused about the tickets that say semie flexible, flexible etc -for example the semi flexible says it can be exchanged and you'd pay more if the tickets more but then underneath it says non exchangeable after departure - which to me means if I turn up and its left I cant change the ticket?Then the flexible tickets on first and standard also say non exchnageable after departure! Can anyone help me
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  • Jeff (Official Rep) July 17, 2017 21:30
    Hi Glenn,

    There are trains out of the Malaga Airport, but they only go into the city of Malaga. These trains depart every 30 minutes throughout the day, and the ride into the city only takes about 10 minutes. Tickets for the trains between the airport and the city can only be purchased locally upon arrival. Conveniently, these trains arrive into the main station in Malaga, where the trains to Seville will depart from. This station is the Maria Zambrano station, but is generally just referred to as the 'Malaga station'.

    You would purchase tickets for a train from Malaga to Seville by searching the route under 'Find Train Tickets' on the homepage of our website, From Malaga to Seville, you would take an 'Avant' train. Generally, trains in Spain can be booked once within 90 days of an intended departure date.

    I'm sorry, however, tickets for trains in Spain are non-exchangeable and are not able to be used for any trains different from the one booked. When you pull up the results of your route search, you would find the exchange and refund policies by clicking the 'View' button under the cost for a particular fare. After you click 'View', a box will expand out underneath where the exchange and refund policies for that fare will be stated.

    If you're looking at information regarding exchangeable tickets, it would have to be for a specific train type operating outside of Spain.
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