Air Malta

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Air Malta was set up by a Resolution of Malta's House of Representatives on 21st March 1973 and was registered as a limited liability company on 30th March 1973.


Air Malta started its flying operations on 1st April 1974 with scheduled services to London, Birmingham, Manchester, Rome, Frankfurt, Paris and Tripoli. Today Air Malta operates a modern fleet of aircraft to over 50 destinations in Europe, North Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean, with 200 flights a week.

Air Malta remains the main airline offering the most extensive choice of air services to get to Malta. No other airline serving Malta is committed to the Maltese community and Malta’s economy as Air Malta.

Whether your journey is for business or pleasure, Air Malta is committed to offer a value for money service where each individual passenger can appreciate the true meaning of Maltese hospitality.

Location

Air Malta
Luqa, Malta
LQA 9020
Malta

Telephone: 
+356 22 999 208
Fax: 
+356 2169 2861

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