Air Malta launches 25% discount in Christmas sale

Air Malta launches Christmas sale on 20 scheduled destinations

This festive season Air Malta will be offering a Christmas gift to customers - a 25% off flights from Malta. This offer comes hot on the heels of the airline's latest winter sale which proved to be very popular not only in Malta but throughout Europe.

This week-long sale has managed to increase ticket sales in the markets where this promotion was offered by 69% (+5,000 bookings over the same week last year) and generated an increase in revenue of 52% over the same week last year.

Commenting on this initiative, Philip Saunders, Air Malta's Chief Commercial Officer said: "Our commitment to the Maltese market is underlined by our Christmas Sale offering 25% off Air Malta fares. This great offer is for purchases from Monday 24th to Friday 30th December and is the ideal time for planning winter getaways. In recent months we have registered our best load factors in at least a decade and this type of initiative helps make us the best choice for a growing number of passengers seeking value-for-money and great service."

Tickets purchased through this offer are valid for travel between 07th January and 30th April 2013.

Certain conditions apply. This offer is available to 20 scheduled destinations including: Amsterdam, Athens, Berlin, Brussels, Budapest, Catania, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hamburg, Istanbul, London (Gatwick and Heathrow), Manchester, Milan, Moscow Domodedovo, Munich, Paris (Orly and Charles de Gaulle), Rome, Sofia, Vienna, Zurich.

Air Malta maintains its commitment in offering value for money and superior service in both its economy as well as business class cabins. The airline offers free allowance of one 10kg hand luggage and a poolable 20kgs free baggage allowance to its economy class passengers. Club Class passengers are given an allowance of two pieces of hand luggage for a total weight of 15kgs plus 30kgs baggage allowance. More information can be obtained by calling +356 21662211, Air Malta sales offices, Travel Agents or by visiting Air Malta's website

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Why did they put Geneva on this list ? I have just tried to book a ticket and the scheduled flights do not start before 30 March and then only once a week. To add insult to injury there is only 1 seat on offer for the 13th and 20th April and 3 seats for the 6th April (cost for return is Euro244). If you go on the flights that have seats i.e. 30 March and return 27 April (not really a short break) the cost goes up to Euro290. I expected better from AirMalta !!