Air Malta is set to start its summer schedule on Wednesday, July 1st.
After the closure for over three months of Malta International Airport for commercial operations due to the COVID-19 ban on travel, the national carrier is planning to recommence flight activities by connecting the country to 22 destinations, the company said on Wednesday.
Air Malta flights to Rome, Lyon, and Marseille will now join the previously announced flights to Catania, Munich, Frankfurt, Berlin, Dusseldorf, Vienna, Zurich, Geneva, and Prague, all of which will start from 1 July.
Meanwhile, As of 15 July, the airline will also start operations to Amsterdam, Brussels, Milan, London Heathrow, Lisbon, Madrid, Palermo, Paris Charles De Gaulle, and Orly.
August will also see Air Malta restarting flights to/from Manchester.
After a break of over ten years, Air Malta will also return to Madrid, restarting scheduled services to the city on Saturday, July 18th.
The announced operations to Luxembourg will now be transferred to Brussels except for the planned flights to Luxembourg on July 4th and 11th July.