Air Malta has prevented 130 passengers from boarding its aircraft because they did not conform with COVID-19 Regulations
The National Airline, Air Malta, has prevented no less than 130 passengers from boarding its aircraft, mainly British and Italian persons.
This was because they did not conform to regulations that came into effect from 1st June related to COVID-19 that binds passengers to have taken a negative PCR Test at least 72 hours before their arrival in Malta. Passengers are also obliged to fill in a Passenger Locator Form that includes a Form of Declaration of Travel and Public Health.
An Air Malta Spokesperson confirmed these passengers were prevented from boarding its aircraft.
The same Spokesperson said Air Malta has widely campaigned information for clients of all the applicable regulations that came into being from 1st June and the numbers of passengers not conforming to these regulations are decreasing on a daily basis.