Which Airlines fly into Malta?
Malta is becoming an increasingly popular destination for hosting of meetings, incentives and events for so many reasons. Malta is easily-accessible with a 3-hour direct flight from all major European airports. Distances are short, with the internal transfer time – from the hotel or conference venue not exceeding 20 or 30 minutes.
The Malta International Airport welcomed a total of 4,290,304 passengers in 2014, a 6.4% increase over the previous year and introduced 4 new airlines in 2015 – namely Aegean Airlines, Finnair, Jet2.com and Swiss Air. The airport has also invested in a €4 million in runway, expansion of terminal building and further power generators.
Despite it being a record year, a steady growth has occurred since as a result of further capacity being deployed to Malta from operating airlines and also due to a number of new airlines and routes.75 international airports within Europe, Africa and the Middle East are serviced by 40 different airlines operating direct flights to Malta.