Air Malta adds new frequency on Djerba in response to Libya impasse

Increase in frequency to Djerba is another important step in efforts to facilitate travel between Tunisia and Malta following the increased passenger demand from this airport due to the situation in Libya.

Air Malta announced today that it will be increasing its schedule between Malta and Djerba with an additional weekly frequency every Tuesday with effect from 16th September 2014. The Maltese airline will therefore be operating three weekly flights to/from the Tunisian city every Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.

Commenting on this announcement Joe Galea, Deputy Chief Commercial Officer of Air Malta said: “This decision was taken following the increase in demand registered since we re-started air services to Tunisia last month. The service has become very popular and passenger figures are growing steadily.

“The increase in frequency to Djerba is an another important step in our efforts to continue assisting and facilitating travel between both countries following the increased passenger demand from this airport due to the situation in Libya.”

The updated flight schedule will operate as follows (local times):

Tuesday

KM680

Dep

Malta

07:00hrs

Arr

Djerba

07:00hrs

KM681

Dep

Djerba

08:00hrs

Arr

Malta

10:00hrs

Thursday

KM680

Dep

Malta

14:55hrs

Arr

Djerba

14:55hrs

KM681

Dep

Djerba

15:55hrs

Arr

Malta

17:55hrs

Sunday

KM680

Dep

Malta

15:55hrs

Arr

Djerba

15:55hrs

KM681

Dep

Djerba

16:55hrs

Arr

Malta

18:55hrs

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