Air Malta Launches Second ‘Lifeline Schedule’ as COVID-19 Situation Worsens in Europe
The carrier’s Lifeline Schedule is designed to ensure essential passenger and cargo connectivity to and from the Maltese Islands and key airports. Air Malta’s second Lifeline Schedule will commence on Wednesday, January 27, 2021.
On Tuesday (January 12, 2021), Air Malta announced the launch of their second ‘Lifeline Schedule” starting January 27, 2021. The schedule is designed to provide a minimum level of essential passenger and cargo connectivity between the Maltese islands and key airports and is expected to remain in place at least through the end of February. Air Malta will operate 19 weekly return flights to eight destinations including Amsterdam, Brussels, Catania, Frankfurt, London-Heathrow, Paris-CDG, Rome and Zurich. The carrier will continue to adjust their flight schedule to maximize capacity, while ensuring essential connectivity.
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