Air Malta to operate scheduled flights to UK

Tista' taqra bil- Malti.

Flights to the United Kingdom will be operated as scheduled, a spokesperson for the airline told

On Sunday, the national airline cancelled London bound flights due to adverse weather conditions caused by Storm Ciara which affected the UK and Western Europe.

Despite the flights being cancelled by Air Malta, a number of airlines, Ryanair and EasyJet, still operated their scheduled flights including flight to Luton and Stansted and Gatwick, respectively.

Two additional flight to and from Gatwick were included in today’s schedule by Air Malta. KM3124 from Malta to Gatwick is scheduled for 5pm while KM3125 will take off from Gatwick at 9.20pm.

Several international and domestic flights were cancelled due to Storm Ciara.

An Air Malta London bound flight took off at 7.55am. Meanwhile passengers were boarded on another Gatwick bound flight this morning. An EasyJet Gatwick bound flight was delayed to 5.20pm from its scheduled time 12.25pm.

All Malta bound scheduled flights will be operated. A Ryanair Malta bound flight is expected to land at 10.49am. An Air Malta bound flight will land at 4pm. British Airways will operate a flight from Gatwick at 6.10pm.

Gatwick Airport urged passngers to check with their airline for the latest information on their flight, as the airport recovers from storm Ciara, warning that today’s schedule flights might be subject to delays and cancellations.