Air Malta is committed to operating 3,012 flights between May and October 2021, as the airline launches its summer program.
This summer, the airline will operate direct flights to and from Amsterdam, Brussels, Catania, Frankfurt, Geneva, Lisbon, London Heathrow, Lyon, Manchester, Munich, Milan Linate, Palermo, Paris Charles De Gaulle, Paris Orly, Prague, Rome , Vienna and Zurich.
Other direct flights will be operated to and from Moscow and Tel Aviv subject to the opening of secure corridors.
“The program focuses on Malta’s main markets for inbound tourism and is in line with Air Malta’s strategy of being a point-to-point carrier operating to major European cities and major airports linked to major airlines in the network through key interline partnerships and codeshare agreements, ”said Air Malta Commercial Director Roy Kinnear.
Beyond that, London Heathrow Airport will be served up to 10 times a week during peak season, while twice-weekly services will be set up to Manchester.
Up to 11 weekly services will be provided at Charles De Gaulle and Orly airports in Paris. Rome, Munich and Vienna will be served up to five times per week.
On recent developments in reopening tourism in Malta, the airline’s executive chairman David G Curmi said the team was pleased to see the gradual increase in consumer confidence for summer travel. .
“This increase, driven mainly by the success of vaccination deployments in many countries, particularly Malta, bodes well for a relaxation of travel restrictions and a resumption of tourism this summer. We are happy to be part of the process and to help reopen our islands to tourism, ”he said.