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Air Malta to recommence flights to Tunis

Posted 25 April 2017 · Add Comment

Air Malta is to start new scheduled services to Tunis from June 26.

The airline is reconnecting  Malta  to  North  Africa  following  the  re-start  of scheduled  services between the  islands and  Tunis  Carthage Airport.

Paul Sies, Air Malta’s Chief Commercial Officer. “We are very excited to announce that we will be returning to North Africa this summer with up  to  three  direct  flights  a  week.

“This  is  the  second destination  we  are  announcing  in  as  many  weeks. We  have  been following the situation in North Africa every day. Now that the situation in Tunisia has stabilised, we want to be amongst the first Airlines to connect Europe with the country again.

“Tunisia is a great destination and we are confident that  it  is  going  to be  a  great  addition  to  our  schedule as  we connect  Tunis  not  only  with  Malta,  but  also  with  a  lot  of  our  European destinations.”   

Air Malta’s flights will increase flight connectivity between Tunisia and the European cities of Vienna, London, Rome, Amsterdam, Prague, Munich, Brussels, Marseille, Catania, Milan and Zurich with short connecting time through Malta International Airport. 

Air Malta  will also  provide full cargo services on this route.

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