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.

Flight Connections

Malta has excellent flight connections. Air Malta is the national carrier and operates regularly to numerous destinations. It is a rather large number of international carriers operating to and from Malta which include the below: