Air Malta has unveiled its summer flight schedule for 2014, offering customers a selection of 165 weekly flights to 33 destinations around Europe, northern Africa and the eastern Mediterranean.
The airline will add two new routes to its network this
summer; Venice (Marco Polo Airport) and Parma (Giuseppe Verdi Airport).
This season it will again operate to Algiers and has changed airport in
Istanbul to Sabiha-Gokcen Airport, the world’s fastest growing airport.
This summer Air Malta is operating direct scheduled flights to Algiers,
Amsterdam, Athens, Benghazi, Berlin, Brussels, Budapest, Catania,
Duesseldorf, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hamburg, Istanbul, London–Gatwick,
London–Heathrow, Lyon, Manchester, Marseille, Milan–Linate, Parma, Moscow-Domodedovo, Moscow-Sheremetyevo, Munich, Paris–Charles
De Gaulle, Paris–Orly, Prague, Rome, Sofia, St. Petersburg, Tripoli,
Venice, Vienna and Zurich.
Air Malta will also operate regular charter flights to seven
regional airports in the U.K. that can be booked by the Maltese public.
These airports are Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Exeter, Glasgow,
Newcastle and Norwich. (Source: maltatoday.com.mt, 7-Apr-2014)