Ryanair today announced five new Malta routes to Brindisi, Cagliari, Genoa and Trapani in Italy and Chania in Greece, all operating twice weekly as part of Malta’s Summer 2021 schedule. These new routes will be operated mainly by Malta Air, from its Malta base.
Malta Air CEO D. O'Brien said Ryanair was committed to investing heavily in providing connectivity to and from Malta, and its Summer ’21 schedule will boost air traffic and lead the recovery of Maltese tourism.
With the new routes, Ryanair will be connecting Malta to 57 routes in 19 countries, through 155 weekly flights. It will have six aircraft based in Malta. O’Brien said that Malta Air would be taking delivery of the first of six B737-8200 aircraft in May.
(Source: maltatoday.com.mt, 14-Apr-21)