Watch: Air Malta’s pay as you eat menu

The Chairman of Air Malta Charles Mangion said that the airline will be changing its food and drink menu to remain competitive while saying that such the baguette and free water will no longer be distributed.

In a meeting with journalists at Sky Parks, Mangion said that with these changes, Air Malta will offer a choice on 70 items of food and drink. He also said that rolls and wraps will be made with local products in the kitchen of a Sky Gourmet, which is located next to the Malta International Airport’s runway. He also explained that this facility is crucial for the entire food operation.

Another change will be that of the payment since passengers will now be able to pay by credit card, a service that until now was not yet possible on any Air Malta aircraft.