Air Malta announces a second route to Algeria

Air Malta Airbus A320-200 in a special Valletta livery (© O. Pritzkow)
Air Malta Airbus A320-200 in a special Valletta livery (© O. Pritzkow)

Air Malta is planning to open up a new route to Oran, Algeria’s second largest city. The twice weekly frequency is expected to operate every Monday and Thursday from 20th July till 31st August.

Commenting on these new services Joseph Galea, Deputy Chief Commercial Officer said, “This is more good news for both Malta and Algeria. We started flying to Algeria’s capital, Algiers, in June 2013 and following the positive response received, we are now looking forward to start operations to Oran. The city is a major port and the commercial, industrial, and educational centre of western Algeria.”

This service will compliment the twice weekly flights to Algiers that will increase to three weekly flights during the peak summer months just after Ramadan. Flights to Algiers this summer will operate every Monday, Thursday and Sunday.

Air Malta’s flights to both Algiers and Oran will offer much needed connectivity between the two countries and mainland Europe through Malta. Air Malta operates to around 30 scheduled destinations to Europe, North Africa and the Eastern Mediterranean with a fleet of 10 Airbus A320/A319 aircraft. These new services are also expected to continue facilitating and enhance business opportunities between the two countries.

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