Air Malta slowly restoring its network and will operate to/from 22 destinations for Summer 2020
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After the closure for over three months of Malta’s International Airport for commercial operations, Air Malta will commence its summer schedule on Wednesday 1 July, connecting Malta to 22 destinations within Europe.
Air Malta flights to Rome, Lyon and Marseille will now join the previously announced flights to Catania, Munich, Frankfurt, Berlin, Dusseldorf, Vienna, Zurich, Geneva, and Prague commencing on 1st July.
As from the 15th July, the Maltese Airline will also start operations to Amsterdam, Brussels, Milan, London Heathrow, Lisbon, Madrid, Palermo, Paris Charles De Gaulle and Orly.
August will also see Air Malta restarting flights to/from Manchester.
A ’new’ city destination on the list is Madrid. After a break of over 10 year of not operating to the Spanish capital, Madrid, Air Malta will restart scheduled services to the city on Saturday, 18th July 2020. The announced operations to Luxembourg will now be transferred to Brussels except for the planned flights to Luxembourg on the 4th and 11th July which will be operated as scheduled.
Flights prices (including taxes and charges) start at just Euro39 one way and are available on-line on www.airmalta.com and through all local and foreign travel agents.
Customers whose booked flights will be cancelled by the Airline and wish to travel on Air Malta’s next available flight can get in touch on +356 25991230. If they wish to travel at a later date, they can opt for one of two options available on the Airline’s website at www.airmalta.com/information/keep-your-trip-for-the-future.
Normal ticketing conditions will apply to customers who wish to change their travel plans if their flight is scheduled to operate normally.
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 European Commission has 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: https://reopen.europa.eu/.
Air Malta’s new Health and Safety protocols that will affect customers will be announced in the coming days.
For more information visit www.airmalta.com , call Air Malta’s call centre on +356 21662211 or log onto www.facebook.com/AirMalta.
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