Air Malta unveiled its summer 2014 flight schedule offering customers a selection of 165 weekly flights to 33 destinations around Europe, northern Africa and the eastern Mediterranean.
This summer the national airline added two new routes to its network; Venice (Marco Polo Airport) and Parma (Giuseppe Verdi Airport). This season it will again operate to Algiers and has changed airport in Istanbul to Sabiha Gokcen Airport, the world’s fastest growing airport.
“Air Malta’s strategy is to operate a conveniently timed flight schedule to a number of central airports which are conveniently located to access the cities they serve. We have a wide network of routes to hub airports which also allow for good connections with our partner airlines beyond our network. We pride ourselves of offering competitive all-inclusive prices while offering a full service treatment on board,” said Chief Commercial Officer Philip Saunders.
This summer Air Malta is operating direct scheduled flights to Algiers, Amsterdam, Athens, Benghazi, Berlin, Brussels, Budapest, Catania, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hamburg, Istanbul, London – Gatwick, London – Heathrow, Lyon, Manchester, Marseille, Milan – Linate, Milan – Parma, Moscow Domodedovo, Moscow Sheremetyevo, Munich, Paris – Charles De Gaulle, Paris – Orly, Prague, Rome, Sofia, St. Petersburg, Tripoli, Venice, Vienna and Zurich. Air Malta will also operate regular charter flights to seven regional airports in the UK that can be booked by the Maltese public. These airports are Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Exeter, Glasgow, Newcastle and Norwich.
For more information visit the Air Malta website, call Air Malta’s sales office on +356 21662211 or visit Air Malta’s Facebook page.