18 March 2020
Covid-19: Air Malta to suspend all commercial flights
Departing after 2359UTC on Friday 20th March, until further notice.
Following a decision by the Maltese Health Authorities, Malta is banning all commercial travel to Malta for flights departing after 2359UTC on Friday 20th March, until further notice.
This measure was taken to contain the spread of the Coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic.
The ban does not apply to:
Air Malta shall operate such flights as directed by the Government of Malta.
Air Malta customers affected by this ban have the following options:
Maltese Nationals affected from this travel ban and who are currently outside Malta need to contact the Ministry for Foreign and European Affairs Office. Residents can contact this office on +356 22042200 or by email on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Ministry will be organising repatriation flights.
Non-Maltese Nationals need to contact their respective Embassies.
Customers who were to start their trip within the next 48 hours and have queries about their tickets can contact the Airline’s call centre on +356 25991230.
Customers who will not be travelling within the next 48 hours and all other passengers that require refunds can send an email to email@example.com.
Air Malta’s first flight took off on 1st April 1974. The airline has been instrumental in opening up and connecting Malta to the rest of the world, diversifying and presenting new tourism market opportunities to and from the islands.
Edited by Alisè Vitri
Source text: Air Malta Press Office
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