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  • Joe Breitfeller

Air Malta Launches Safe Corridor Summer 2020 Schedule and Sale for Travel From July 1st, 2020

Updated: Jun 7, 2020

Air Malta Announced on Saturday the launch of their summer 2020 ‘Safe Corridor’ schedule and sale. Reservations are open today for flights to Catania, Frankfurt, Munich, Düsseldorf, Berlin, Vienna, Prague and Luxembourg for travel from July 1st, 2020.

Air Malta Airbus A319 - Photo Credit: Daniel Eludet/Unsplash

Today, Air Malta announced the launch of their summer 2020 ‘Safe Corridor’ schedule accompanied by a fare sale. Customers can book tickets now for travel from July 1st, 2020 to Catania, Frankfurt, Munich, Düsseldorf, Berlin, Vienna, Prague and Luxembourg. From July 8th, 2020, the carrier will also relaunch flights to Zurich and Geneva. Air Malta is now offering fares as low as €39 one way and tickets may be purchased on the airline’s website or through travel agents. Air Malta Holidays, the carrier’s brand of package holidays with flights and hotel accommodations, will also offer special packages to attract tourists to Malta. A message in Saturday’s statement from the carrier said,

“After nearly three months of only operating ‘lifeline’ flights to London, Amsterdam, Frankfurt and Rome, Air Malta is excited to start welcoming scheduled passengers again and looks forward to flying over 150,000 passengers between our European destinations and Malta in collaboration with the Malta Tourism Authority, Malta International Airport and the Malta Hotels and Restaurant Association. The airline’s ‘lifeline’ schedule will remain in operation.”

Founded in 1974, Air Malta is the airline of the Maltese Islands and under normal market conditions usually serves 35 destinations across Europe and the Mediterranean. The carrier is undergoing a vital restructuring, in accordance with EU requirements on state aid, to secure a sustainable and profitable future. Air Malta’s mission is to become recognized as one of the world’s leading destination airlines.

Source: Air Malta