Related Cheap flights carriers plan on introducing


first_img RelatedCheap flights carriers plan on introducing routes to MaltaNew flights to Malta will improve accessibility to the Mediterranean archipelago for British holidaymakers.Malta opening up air routesThe Malta Tourism Authority announced the highest number of UK visitors in over 13 years.Discover Malta: A video tourThinking about booking a holiday to Malta but not sure what to expect? Watch this short video guide to this beautiful Mediterranean island, and discover things to do, beaches to visit, plus get a feel for Maltese food, nightlife and café culture. Increasing numbers of Brits are booking flights to Malta for short stays and weekend breaks.This is according to the Malta Tourism Authority, whose director Alex Incorvaja remains “cautiously optimistic” about tourism numbers going into next year.”You can fly out from every corner of the UK and we have our legacy carriers including Air Malta, which services Gatwick, Birmingham and London Heathrow,” he commented.”We’ve got Ryanair servicing a multitude of airports to Malta [and] we’ve got some new operators too.”Mr Incorvaja went on to say that Malta’s size, variety of accommodation and ease of access made the Mediterranean archipelago an “ideal” holiday destination.He also highlighted the importance of the British tourism market, with 35 percent of Malta’s 1.3 million annual tourists arriving from the UK. This figure is second only to the number of German holidaymakers heading to the island country.Cheap flights carrier Ryanair will launch new flights to Malta from Leeds Bradford in the spring, with the twice weekly service due to operate on Thursdays and Sundays.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Maplast_img