Tista' taqra bil- Malti.
Malta Air launched six new summer routes connecting Malta to Brindisi, Nis, Paphos, Santiago de Compostela, Trapani and Trieste.
The airline company which is a subsidiary of Ryanair, in a statement said that in total 66 routes were launched, meaning that it would deliver some 3.1 million customers annually, and support 2,300 on-site jobs, at the Malta International Airport in 2020.
The six new routes include:
- One new route to Brindisi, twice per week
- 4 new routes to Nis (twice per week), Paphos (twice per week), Santiago de Compostela (twice per week) and Trieste (twice per week)
- Reinstate route to Trapani (twice per week)
- Increased frequency on nine other routes which include Bari, Madrid and Marseille
Malta Air has launched a seat sale on its European network with up to 25% off on over 100,000 seats for travel between November and March. Seats must be booked by Midnight on Monday on Ryanair website.