Air Malta celebrates 40 years of flights to Amsterdam

Schiphol airport marks milestone with a video

Air Malta is celebrating 40 years operating to Amterdam’s Schiphol Airport. The airline started offering flights to the Netherlands approximately a year after it commenced flight operations on the 1st April 1974. Air Malta recently announced that it will be operating daily flights to Amsterdam this summer.

 

Schiphol airport launched a YouTube video to mark this milestone, .

Commenting on the achievement, Joe Galea, Air Malta’s Deputy Chief Commercial Officer said, “We are excited to have reached this milestone. 40 years ago we have opened up this market and throughout the years we have invested heavily on this route on which we have carried over 2 million passengers. We look forward to continue operating to Amsterdam and achieve further milestones for the benefit of both Dutch tourists visiting our islands and Maltese who regularly visit this beautiful city.”

Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport has recently been named 9th best airport in the world at the 2015 World Airport Awards, organised by consumer aviation website Skytrax.

 

 

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