Air Malta will operate 19 weekly return flights to eight destinations from 27 January.
People on a number of flights have been ordered to go into mandatory quarantine once they land in Malta.
The company has issued a set of guidelines for travel given that 1st July sees the company resuming its operations with 1,000 daily flights.
Spain lifted a ban on direct flights and ships from Italy but retained a block on cruise ships and quarantine for inbound travellers as a survey showed the coronavirus outbreak had also put locals off travelling.
Emirates has announced its plan to operate scheduled flight services from Dubai starting 21 May to nine destinations, namely London Heathrow, Frankfurt, Paris, Milan, Madrid, Chicago, Toronto, Sydney and Melbourne - subject to government approval.
Heathrow Airport announced that in view of this they have transitioned to a single runway operation to increase resilience and safety. The airport is temporarily consolidating services to Terminals 2 and 5.
The coronavirus outbreak has disrupted flights to and from China, with airlines around the globe halt service. Commercial flights to and from Wuhan, where the virus is centered, have mostly stopped, while cancellations have spread to major hubs in Beijing and Shanghai.
The cause of the rocket fire that shut the airport on Friday was not immediately clear.
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