Air Malta announced that it has revised its ‘Lifeline’ schedule announced last week due to further travel restrictions imposed by various European states. This limited schedule was planned following the ban on scheduled commercial flights as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
In a statement, Air Malta said it will now operate flights to London Heathrow, Frankfurt and Amsterdam. It also said that these airports are proving to be a critical lifeline for cargo, the provision of medical equipment and supplies, and the repatriation of foreign nationals to their country from Malta. Air Malta said these flights will continue in the coming weeks.
Also, scheduled flights to Brussels and Vienna have been discontinued.
In the coming days, further changes may be announced due to coronavirus developments, said Air Malta.
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