Ryanair will be able to fly to Malta as from the 1st of July, as reported on the Mirror online. According to the details published Ryanair is set to restart flying from most of its 80 bases across Europe such as Berlin, Prague, Venice, Malta and Marrakesh.
On Monday, the Superintendent for Public Health Prof. Charmaine Gauci told Newsbook.com.mt that it hasn’t been decided yet whether the Malta International Airport should re-open or not. However, the Cyprian government announced on Saturday that as from the 20th of June passengers from 13 countries including Malta will be allowed to enter the country and now it is also being reported that Ryanair will be flying to Malta in the coming weeks.
No official statement has been issued by the Maltese government until the time of writing.
Yesterday, during the press conference, Prof. Gauci told Newsbook.com.mt that discussions on the re-opening or the MIA are still underway and no final decision has been reached.
On Saturday Newsbook.com.mt reported that the Malta International airport will remain closed for commercial flights at least till the 15th of June, according to the International Civil Aviation Organization website. The information was sent to all pilots as a notification.
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