2014 is opening all new possibilities for clients to reach the Maltese Archipelago as several carriers have introduced new connections to our destination.
The biggest ‘new’ guest at the Malta International Airport will actually be a returning airline. After having stopped its services to Malta in 2009, British Airways is now coming back. They have announced that they will offer a daily flight to and from Gatwick starting on March 30th, giving visitors from the UK a new option to choose from when planning their journey for a Malta conference or incentive.
Another new connection is with Brussels Airlines. The carrier, which is part of the Star Alliance group, offers two new weekly connections to and from Malta in the period between June and September 2014.
Guests from Scandinavia can start looking forward to new attractive offers of airBaltic. The Latvian low cost airline recently released new offers from Gothenburg, Stockholm and Copenhagen to Malta with a stopover in Latvia’s capital Riga. With short connection times and attractive rates, this new option creates competition for already existing connections with Scandinavia and will hopefully bring even more Scandinavian clients to Malta.