Air Malta has launched its second ‘lifeline schedule’, following the worsening of the COVID-19 pandemic all over Europe. The schedule, intended to ensure essential passenger and cargo connectivity to and from the Maltese Islands to key airports, will commence on Wednesday 27th January.
For now, the lifeline schedule is being introduced until the end of February, however, following evaluations in the coming weeks on developments throughout Europe, Air Malta will consider whether to extend it further.
The National Airline has been at the forefront in efforts to ensure essential passenger connectivity to selected major European cities as well as a continuous connectivity for cargo, mail and essential medical supplies including the COVID-19 vaccine and other resources that are critical to the Islands’ supply chain. It is intended to guarantee peace of mind and stability for the Islands during these uncertain and testing times.
Air Malta will be operating 19 weekly return flights to eight destinations:
Amsterdam – Tuesdays and Sundays
Brussels – Fridays and Sundays
Catania – Mondays and Fridays
Frankfurt – Mondays, Wednesdays and Sundays
London Heathrow – Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
Paris Charles De Gaulle – Mondays and Fridays
Rome – Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays
Zurich – Mondays and Fridays
The Airline will continue making changes to its flight schedule to maximize capacity whilst ensuring connectivity.
For more information about this flight schedule and other news once can visit www.airmalta.com call the Airline’s call centre on +356 21662211 or visit the sales office at Malta International Airport.