Air Malta expands further its wings

Date:   Monday, 20 July 2020

Ref:     064-2020 EN

Air Malta expands further its wings

·         More frequencies on London Heathrow & Catania

·         Four new destinations announced (pending health and safety assessments): Tunis, Kiev, Tel Aviv, & Moscow

Air Malta today announced four new additional destinations. Flights to Tunisia’s capital, Tunis, are expected to start as early as 31st July, whilst flights to Kiev, Moscow Sheremetyevo and Tel Aviv are scheduled to re-start by the first week of October depending on health and safety assessments.

This news follows the restart, last week, of nine new Air Malta destinations (Amsterdam, Brussels, Milan Linate, London Heathrow, Lisbon, Madrid, Palermo, Paris Charles De Gaulle and Orly). The Airline’s Manchester route will restart on the 1st August. The Airline has also increased frequencies on London and Catania and from August it will be operating 10 weekly frequencies on London Heathrow and nine weekly flights on Catania.

The Maltese Airline is seeing a gradual increase in bookings; however, it is too early to assess passengers’ expectations and perceptions.

In order to assist further the local tourism industry including hotels, restaurants and other tourism operators, and subject to health assessments, by next October, Air Malta hopes to operate scheduled services to Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Catania, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Geneva, Kiev, Lisbon, London Heathrow, Lyon, Madrid, Manchester, Marseille, Milan, Moscow, Munich, Palermo, Paris Charles De Gaulle, Paris Orly, Prague, Rome, Tel Aviv, Vienna, Zurich and Tunis.

Flights prices (including taxes and charges) start at just Euro 39 one way and are available on-line on and through all local and foreign travel agents.

Air Malta’s new Health and Safety protocols affecting customers have been announced and are can be viewed here: Customers are advised to be at the airport two and a half hours before the scheduled time of departure to clear the new procedures imposed by Health Authorities in various countries.

Due to the constant updating of Health and Safety policies of individual countries, it is advisable that customers check and follow the entry requirements of the country they are visiting before travel. To assist this process the International Air Transport Association (IATA), the trade association for the world’s airlines set up to facilitate access to travel information and resources. The European Commission has also launched RE-OPEN EU, a web platform containing essential information on a safe relaunch of tourism across Europe. The platform will be easily accessible on desktop and mobile by following this link:

For more information visit , call Air Malta’s call centre on +356 21662211 or log onto


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