Six new summer routes connecting Malta to Trapani, Nis, Paphos, Brindisi, Santiago de Compostela and Trieste have been announced by Malta Air.
The low cost airline, which is a subsidiary of Ryanair, said it will operate a total of 66 routes across Europe next summer.
It pledged to deliver at least 3.1 million customers next year and said it would help to support 2,300 jobs at Malta Airport.
Speaking in Valletta, Malta Air chief executive Diarmuid O’Conghaile said: ‘Malta Air is delighted to bring even more of our lowest fares to Malta in our Summer 2020 schedule, with six new routes to Brindisi, Nis, Paphos, Santiago de Compostela, Trapani and Trieste.
‘Maltese customers and visitors can now book low fare seats on 66 routes.
‘To celebrate, we’re offering up to 25% off on over 100,000 seats.
‘Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto Ryanair.com and avoid missing out.’
Where will Malta Air be flying to?
• 1 new route to Brindisi in Italy
• 4 new summer routes to Trieste in Italy, Paphos in Cyprus, Santiago de Compostela in Spain and Nis in Serbia
• 1 reinstated route to Trapani in Sicily
• Frequency increases on nine other routes including Madrid in Spain, Bari in Italy and Marseille in France
• 66 routes in total
• 3.1 million customers a year
• 2,300 jobs
You can book your flights from now!
To celebrate, Malta Air has launched a seat sale with up to 25% off on 100,000 seats for travel between November and March.
These seats must be booked by midnight on Monday on the Ryanair.com website.
Pack your bags!