Malta - Catania • Air Malta raddoppia i voli giornalieri
This winter Air Malta will be operating to Catania with up to a twice daily operation.
It will be also be increasing flights to Brussels to 11 weekly flights, Munich with 9 weekly flights and to Vienna with up to 4 times weekly.
Berlin with see an increase of up to 3 weekly flights.
This season Air Malta will be operating direct flights to/from: Amsterdam, Berlin, Brussels, Catania, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, London (Gatwick and Heathrow), Manchester, Milan, Moscow, Munich, Palermo, Paris (Charles de Gaulle and Orly), Rome, Vienna and Zurich. The airline will also be operating various code-share agreements with reputable airlines offering more connectivity with destinations beyond the airline’s network.
The list of current code share partner airlines includes Etihad, Air France, KLM, Lufthansa, Austrian, Brussels Airlines, Swiss, Aeroflot, Meridiana, Turkish Airlines and Emirates. Additional agreements are expected to be added shortly.
The Maltese airline maintains its commitment to offer value for money prices and superior service in both its economy as well as business class cabins. Air Malta operates a conveniently timed flight schedule to/from main city airports, offering easy access and connections with a reliable flight schedule.
Together with partner airlines, Air Malta offers a network of over 100 destinations.
////////// Conscious of the need expressed by our customers to add more frequencies to popular destinations, during the past months we have worked on some interesting frequency increases this winter on Catania, Brussels, Munich, Berlin and Vienna. We will also retain the new twice weekly service to Palermo introduced this summer - confirmed Ms Silling.
Air Malta has just launched its new winter schedule connecting Malta nonstop with 18 key European regions.
The winter schedule runs up to end of March 2017.
- This winter we plan to operate over 100 weekly flights and carry over half a million passengers to and from Malta. Northern European customers can enjoy the Maltese winter sun with just a short nonstop flight.
Our winter schedule will offer the best connections and services to major European gateways, commented Ursula Silling, Air Malta’s Chief Commercial Officer.