Air Malta has confirmed the launch of charter flights from Birmingham Airport this summer. From May 1st, the Maltese airline will operate weekly charter flights to and from Birmingham, running until the end of October.
This summer Air Malta will resume charter flights to six regional airports in the UK. From the 1st May, Air Malta will operate weekly charter flights to Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Exeter, Newcastle and Norwich Airports, running until 30th October.
Following a worldwide recruitment campaign, Air Malta has appointed Mark Micallef Eynaud as chief officer flight operations. Micallef Eynaud will be entrusted with maintaining and improving Air Malta’s excellent flight operations, improving on time performance to achieve best in class, developing and implementing strategies to reduce fuel costs, maximising crew utilisation and supporting the overall transformation of the airline.
Air Malta has today announced that it has revamped its fare structure. The changes include an increase in hand baggage allowance for all its economy and club tickets and a revised fare benefits structure.
Air Malta is making arrangements to send a technical delegation next week to Tripoli and Benghazi to assess the situation at these airports. The delegation will be meeting the highest authorities of these airports and carrying out audits to assert their operational conditions.
Philip Saunders has been appointed chief commercial officer at Air Malta with immediate effect, the company has announced. Saunders previously held the role of chief executive officer with Caribbean Airlines, which was recently recognised as the Caribbean’s Leading Airline by the prestigious World Travel Awards.
Peter Davies has been appointed Chief Executive Officer of Air Malta today.
Peter Davies has been appointed chief executive officer of Air Malta. Davies brings over 35 years experience in the aviation industry to the role, both in passenger and express cargo operations.
Air Malta has installed Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) on all its aircraft and on company premises.
With the cooperation of Austrian Airlines and Air Malta, the two airlines are creating clear benefits for passengers: in the first stage of the cooperation, Air Malta flights have been better harmonised with the flight schedule of Austrian Airlines.
Air Malta has celebrated being named one of the leading short-haul carriers flying out of the UK and claimed that the achievement is evidence that it is a ‘customer-focused airline’.