Air Malta launches 44-hour Winter offer

Following its popular ticket sales, Air Malta is yet again offering a 44 hour promotion with seats starting from Euro 44.

Over 44,000 seats will be on offer on the entire airline’s network, excluding Algiers and Djerba, for travel between next November and June 2016.

Air Malta said in a statement that the seats are available only from the airline’s website, the airline’s call centre on +356 21662211 and the airline’s sales office at Malta International Airport from Wednesday 19th 00:01am till Thursday 20th August 08:00pm. Seats are subject to availability. Ticket prices are one-way including taxes and charges. The offer is not valid for travel between 19th December 2015 and 6th January 2016 and between 24th March and 3rd April 2016.Terms and conditions may apply.

The promotion is available on flights to/from Amsterdam, Athens, Berlin, Brussels, Budapest, Catania, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hamburg, London, Lyon, Manchester, Marseille, Milan, Moscow, Munich, Paris – Charles De Gaulle, Paris – Orly, Prague, Rome,  Vienna and Zurich.

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Air Malta operates a conveniently timed flight schedule to main city airports, offering easy access and connections with a reliable flight schedule. Together with partner airlines, Air Malta offers a network of over 100 destinations.

The Maltese airline said it maintains its commitment to offer value for money prices and superior service in both its economy as well as business class cabins. The airline also offers customers free allowance of one 10kg hand luggage and a one piece 20kgs free baggage allowance even on its lowest ‘Simply Fly’ fare.

Business Class passengers are given an allowance of two pieces of hand luggage for a total weight of 15kgs and up to two pieces of hold baggage allowance (maximum 64kgs) for its ‘Business Anytime’ customers.




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