Malta will ban all commercial aviation from Friday following a decision by the Maltese health authorities. The ban does not apply to ferry, cargo and humanitarian and repatriation or special flights.
Air Malta reported an operating profit of €1.2 million last year – the first time the carrier has been in the black for almost two decades. The figure compares to a loss of €10.8 million in 2017.
On the back of unprecedented passenger traffic during the summer months, the airline’s strategy sees a new focus for the winter, with 27 scheduled destinations, an increase of nine destinations over last year.
Ryanair has announced a new flight partnership with Air Malta. The deal will allow Ryanair customers to book Air Malta flights on the low-cost carrier’s website.
Three new Mediterranean routes - to Malta, Sardinia, and Sicily - are now available from London Southend Airport, providing even more choice for passengers.
London Southend Airport has launched three new Mediterranean routes – Malta, Sardinia, and Sicily – providing even more choice for passengers this summer.
airBaltic and Air Malta have concluded a codeshare agreement. The partnership will enable airBaltic passengers to reach Malta every day via common gateways in Europe as well as additional destinations served from Malta.
Air Malta has introduced a new range of prices under the Go-Light brand. The new product range includes a new product – Go Light, a hand luggage only one-way starting from just €39.
Air Malta is reconnecting Malta to North Africa following the re-start of scheduled services between the islands and Tunis Carthage Airport as from Monday, June 26th. “We are very excited to announce that we will be returning to North Africa this summer with up to three direct flights a week,” said Paul Sies, Air Malta chief commercial officer.