66 Routes In Total & 3.1m Customers P.A
Malta Air, today (11 Oct) launched its Malta Summer 2020 schedule with 6 new summer routes connecting Malta to Brindisi, Nis, Paphos, Santiago de Compostela, Trapani and Trieste. With 66 routes in total, this S2020 schedule will deliver 3.1m customers p.a. and support 2,300* jobs at Malta International Airport next year.
Malta Air’s 2020 schedule to Malta will deliver 6 new routes, and includes:
- 1 new route to Brindisi (2 pw)
- 4 new summer routes to Nis (2 pw), Paphos (2 pw), Santiago de Compostela (2 pw) & Trieste (2 pw)
- 1 reinstated route to Trapani (2 pw)
- Frequency increases on 9 other routes including Bari, Madrid and Marseille
- 66 routes in total
- 1m customers p.a. (6% growth)
- 2,300* on-site jobs
Maltese consumers and visitors can now book their holidays on 66 routes out to October 2020, flying on the lowest fares and with the greenest/cleanest major airline group in Europe, with the lowest CO2 emissions.
To celebrate, Malta Air has launched a seat sale on its European network, with up to 25% off on over 100,000 seats for travel between November and March. These seats must be booked by midnight on Monday (14 Oct) only on the Ryanair.com website.
Speaking in Valletta, Malta Air CEO Diarmuid Ó Conghaile said:
“Malta Air is delighted to bring even more of our lowest fares to Malta in our Summer 2020 schedule, with 6 new routes to Brindisi, Nis, Paphos, Santiago de Compostela, Trapani and Trieste (66 routes in total) which will deliver over 3 million customers p.a. and support over 2,300* jobs at Malta International Airport next year.
Maltese consumers and visitors can now book low fare seats on 66 routes out to October 2020. To celebrate, we’re offering up to 25% off on over 100,000 seats, for travel between November and March, which must be booked by midnight on Monday (14 Oct). Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto www.ryanair.com and avoid missing out.”
Malta Minister for Tourism, Konrad Mizzi, said:
Minister Konrad Mizzi said that he was pleased that Malta Air will grow its network by 6%. This demonstrates commitment by Ryanair to Malta. The Minister looked forward to the introduction of the new Malta Air livery and new planes later in 2020.