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The Air Malta History, Location, Basic

Updated on February 11, 2020
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"Malta International Affiliates" is not the only takeoff and landing field in the state.

Short history and location


Air traffic island with the former mother country - the UK - arranged 20th-ES of the twentieth century. The Chelonizers built the first airport. Malta was strategically located in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, near the coast of Europe, Asia, and Africa. Initially, the airport claimed military service. A passenger terminal opened only in March 1958. The civilians were not just building a new hub, they were using the runways of the Royal Air Force Military Airfield. With the acquisition of Malta's independence in 1979, the entire complex was transferred to local authorities. In 1987, a modern passenger terminal, which was completed in 1992, was opened by Malta Airport's new name, Luca (Observed Luqa), from its neighboring village. Valletta - It is five kilometers from the capital.

Airlines Flying from Russian Federation to Malta

Throughout the year, the Air Malta Company flies on Mediterranean flights from Moscow on Tuesdays and Tuesdays. The number of flights increases significantly during the summer. Of course, Malta has a reputation and a beautiful European resort. Tourist season in the sky and airplane charter flights, not only in Moscow but also in other Russian cities. At the airport "Malta International Affiliates" and not only Air Malta but also 40 other companies. On the island, you can fly via Amsterdam to Frankfurt or KLM via Lufthansa. Not only does the charter fly direct to Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Moldova, Belarus Malta. In the short season, travelers from these countries should be able to get to the island with transfers to major European cities.

Basic

The airport "Malta International Affiliates" is small, only two floors, it is almost impossible not to miss it. As this air harbor takes many lakhs of foreign travelers a year, everything here is designed to ensure travelers feel complete relief. The landing strip is ready to take on various changes and ships. The item has a passport, customs control, and security checks to avoid any congestion. You can check-in via the Internet and show them a passport and hand over their luggage to a separate list. For travelers to have a comfortable restroom, a great duty-free shop and serve a point, where you can eat before the flight. Free Wi-Fi is in the airport building. Children can spend time on the playground. There are information points where you can answer any question about the road in the city on Flight Island.


How to get capital and resorts?

As already mentioned, the airport Valletta (Malta) is actually five kilometers from the city. To overcome this distance in many ways. Take the first taxi - easy, fast, but expensive - of them. There is no specific stand-alone taxi booth at the arrival terminal. Just place an order and the driver will carry your luggage in his car. If you book a hotel, make sure: Sometimes the hotel management offers a shuttle? Sometimes airport transfer is included. If you don't know where to stay, feel free to come to the bar, a dedicated service center. There will be prompt, what room rates, hotel shuttle will call. Car rental - Another way to travel freely on the island. The promise of class cars in the arrival hall of many companies has come true for customers. Bus - the cheapest way to get to the amenities. In other cities - from the airport, six routes went. Your destination is indicated in the middle stops display. On the platform of duty conductor, who can buy a ticket.

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

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