Current Affairs
Air Malta offers flights for passengers left stranded by Cobalt Air

Air Malta has announced that it is providing special flights for passengers left stranded after the Cypriot airline Cobalt Air cancelled all its flights.

The flights are being offered for 50 euro, excluding taxes and other fees, and will operate to Zurich, London, Paris, Dusseldorf, Moscow and Tel Aviv, to and from Malta according to availability.

Air Malta is offering these subsidised flights at the request of the Cypriot Civil Aviation Authority, which requested IATA members to voluntarily offer ‘rescue’ fares to stranded passengers in Euope, Russia and the Middle East.

Tickets can be booked via +356 2166 2211 with effect from today until the end of this month, and cover flights until the end of November.

 

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