High demand: Air Malta announces Berlin and Düsseldorf

Airbus A320neo (Photo: V1Images.com/Simon Clough).
Airbus A320neo (Photo: V1Images.com/Simon Clough).

High demand: Air Malta announces Berlin and Düsseldorf

Airbus A320neo (Photo: V1Images.com/Simon Clough).
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The airline Air Malta will reactivate the routes Berlin and Düsseldorf, but forego Moscow and Tel Aviv. A spokeswoman for the company confirmed on request that there was strong demand from Germany.

From June 28, 2021, you will fly between Luqa and Berlin-Brandenburg on Monday and Thursday. In August 2021, the flight days will be changed to Wednesday and Sunday. The Düsseldorf flights will be operated on July 3, 2021 on Wednesdays and Sundays.

It was originally announced that the routes to Tel Aviv and Moscow would be reactivated in the summer of 2021. So far, the government has not been able to conclude a so-called “Safe Travel Agreement” with either Israel or Russia. Therefore, Air Malta decided that the two routes will continue to be paused. In return, they are increasingly relying on Germany, because this market is where you get an unusually large number of new bookings.

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