Monday, June 15, 2020

Covid-19 Update for Malta

The Maltese government has announced that on 30th June the public health emergency will be lifted.

A number of COVID-19 related restrictions are being lifted, including the limitation on gatherings of up to 75 people.

The Malta International Airport will partially re-open on 1st July, operating flights to the following destinations: Italy (excluding Emilia Romagna, Lombardy and Piemonte), France (excluding Ile de France), Spain (excluding Madrid, Catalonia, Castilla-La Mancha, and Castilla y Leon), Poland (excluding Katowice). Further countries include: Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Luxembourg, Hungary, Iceland, Norway, Finland, Denmark, Slovakia, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia,Cyprus and Czech Republic.
The 14-day quarantine will be lifted for travelers arriving directly from these countries. They will, however, be asked to declare that they have resided in the country for at least 4 weeks prior to their travels. All travelers arriving to Malta will be asked to fill in passenger locator forms on arrival.

On the 15th of July the airport will fully re-open to all destinations.

Our industry is geared up to welcome you back to our islands with compliance regulations in place and your health and safety as our top priority. If you are planning an incentive, corporate event or conference in Malta please get in touch with us for further details on