Tag: airline

Air Malta issues call for CEO

Applications close on Friday 2nd October 2020

Ryanair axes 250 staff from UK and EU offices

Europe's largest low fares airlines said that the 250 individuals have been laid off and these would not be required to return to work on 1 June, when Ryanair's offices reopen, due to the substantial decline in traffic that the airline is facing in 2020.

Protests pile pressure on Iran after admission of plane strike

Images and reports of the protests were carried by state-affiliated news agencies, alongside videos on social media.

Air Malta justifies legal action as ‘continuation of injunction proceedings’

The National Airline Air Malta, has justified its reasons for seeking recompense from the airline union ALPA, saying this is a normal procedure continuing...

Air Malta sues ALPA for damages suffered during July’s industrial action

Air Malta is suing the pilots’ union ALPA for damages, as it believes that last July’s industrial action did not fall within definition of...

Airline passenger caught with over €34,000 in cash

A passenger has been caught trying to depart Malta International Aiport with over €34,000 in cash.The passenger who was intending to fly to Amman,...

Air Malta registers profit of €1.2m; first in 18 years

Air Malta is now officially back in the black, registering a €1.2 million operating profit this year, compared to a €10.8 million loss in...

Freebird Airlines choose Malta as their European arm

Transport Malta has awarded an Air Operator Certificate to Freebird Airlines Europe. This well-established Turkish airline will operate commercial flights within the EU with...

Flying a plane, as easy as tapping a smartphone?

Parliamentary Secretary for Financial Services, Digital Economy and Innovation Silvio Schembri has commended the creators of a project to make flying a passenger plane...

Malta to host global airline summit next December

Malta is set to host the CAPA World Aviation Outlook Summit taking place in December 2019.The summit is expected to attract high profile businesses...