Air Malta resumes flights from July 1

Air Malta announced the launch of regular flights to the “safe regions” of Europe from July 1 and opened ticket sales.

The airline will initially fly to Catania, Frankfurt, Munich, Dusseldorf, Berlin, Vienna, Prague, and Luxembourg. A week later, Air Malta will open flights to Switzerland – Zurich, and Geneva.

Tickets for flights are sold for 39 euros one way, taking into account the transportation of only hand luggage.

The airline, which suspended regular flights on March 21, expects that flights will attract 150 thousand European tourists to the Maltese islands and is preparing special offers together with local travel companies.

Itineraries will complement existing special flights to London, Amsterdam, Frankfurt, and Rome, which provide important supplies to the islands.

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