Tista' taqra bil- Malti.
Air Malta has launched a sales on flights to destinations which the government have deemed “safe”.
The Malta International Airport is scheduled to reopen on 1 July, and flights will be operated based on the safe corridor concept.
On Saturday, Air Malta opened its reservation sytems for sales.
The sale is on flights to Catania, Frankfurt, Munich, Dusseldorf, Berlin, Prague and Luxemburg, which will start operating as of the 1st July. Booking for flights to Zurich and Geneva will be online a week later, the national airline said.
Flights were grounded in mid-March with only ‘lifeline’ flights operating to London, Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Rome. The ‘lifeline’ schedule will remain in operation.
The airline said that it was excited to start welcoming scheduled passengers again.
“Air Malta looks forward to flying over 150,000 passengers between our European destinations and Malta in collaboration with the Malta Tourism Authority, Malta International Airport and the Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association,” the statement reads.
The airline is expected to launch a social media campaign aimed at attracting tourism to the islands in the coming days.
Flights prices start at just €39 one way and are available on-line on the company’s website and through all local and foreign travel agents.
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