Air Malta announces zero baggage fees for customers

Air Malta announces zero baggage fees for customers

2 June 2016, 7:57pm
Air Malta has announced that in response to a competing airline flying to Malta’s announcement of a reduction in baggage fees, the National Airline continues to offer its guests a free allowance of one piece 20kgs baggage and 10kg hand luggage to all its customers.

 “The Maltese airline prides itself on always offering free bag allowance even on its lowest ‘Simply Fly’ product. Despite this reduction announced today, a passenger travelling between Milan and Malta carrying a 20kg bag will still be charged €50 return by this low - cost carrier,” a statement by the airline reads.  

It pointed out that when travelling on flights over 3 hours to/from Malta (including UK destinations) passengers travelling on this competitor airline will still be charged €100 for checked-in luggage on a return flight.

The airline adds that there are no such fees for Air Malta ’s guests travelling to/from any destination and that its Business Class guests are given a free allowance of two pieces of hand luggage for a total weight of 15kgs and up to two pieces of hold baggage allowance (maximum 64kgs) for its ‘Business Anytime’ customers.

For more information about Air Malta’s baggage allowances please visit:  www.airmalta.com/information/baggage.

Air Malta boasts the best choice for travellers wishing to travel between Italy and Malta with 34 weekly flights and the highest number of frequencies per destination compared to any other carrier. 

The airline will start scheduled services between Malta and Palermo as from 4th July with two weekly flights to/from Palermo every Monday and Thursday.  These flights will operate in addition to the 13 weekly flights between Malta and Catania/Sicily and reinforce the airline’s leading position between Italy and Malta. 

The airline also continues to be the largest operator to London and the UK by offering a selection of 30 weekly flights to/from London Heathrow and Gatwick, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Exeter and Manchester, airports. 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. 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.