Air Malta to start flying to Tel Aviv

Air Malta has announced that it will soon offer scheduled service to Tel Aviv, Israel

24 March 2017, 4:08pm
Air Malta announced the new destination while promising a second one on the horizon
Air Malta announced the new destination while promising a second one on the horizon
With its summer schedule starting on 26 March, Air Malta has announced that it will soon offer scheduled service to Tel Aviv, Israel.

In a statement, Air Malta announced the new destination while promising a second one on the horizon.

“Besides Tel Aviv we are expecting to announce another new destination for this summer,” Air Malta Chief Commercial Officer Paul Sies said.

During the coming seven months, Air Malta will be operating with a fleet of eight aircraft, similar to last year, and is set to carry over 1.2 million passengers, according to the national airline.

Air Malta will also increase frequencies on it flights servicing Munich, Brussels, Amsterdam, Vienna, Zurich, Rome, Catania, Lyon, Palermo, Prague and Moscow.

“Besides more flights to some of our best leisure and business destinations, we are also concentrating on the most convenient international airports that offer world-wide connections to and from Malta,” Sies said.

In the peak summer period, Air Malta will operate with up to double daily flights to Munich, Rome and Catania, the airline’s statement added.

Furthermore, Air Malta will be operating a series of charter operations to Tel Aviv, Bucharest, Warsaw, Bratislava, Ljubljana, Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Corfu Chania and Lourdes.

The airline will continue code-share agreements with Air France, Alitalia, Aeroflot, Austrian Airlines, Emirates, Etihad, KLM, Lufthansa, Brussels Airlines, Czech Airlines, Meridiana, Swiss Airlines and Turkish Airlines.