Air Malta, the national airline of Malta, has announced good news for Bristol Airport passengers by adding an extra four departures as a prelude to its summer 2014 charter season.
The additional flights on this popular route will commence on Tuesday 8th April 2014, four weeks earlier than originally planned, to satisfy demand from holidaymakers wanting to visit the Mediterranean island over the spring/Easter period. The direct flights from Bristol Airport to Malta are programmed to depart weekly through to 21st October 2014.
Air Malta commented that there is a noticeable increase in demand for shoulder and off-peak holidays, and the climate during the early spring season should provide the right ambience to discover the many interesting sites and people within the Maltese islands.
Shaun Browne, Bristol Airport’s Aviation Director said:
„We are delighted with Air Malta’s decision to extend the flying season for this summer. The additional flights commencing in early April offer passengers the opportunity of booking flights to coincide with the Easter holidays. Malta provides a wealth of historical and cultural options for visitors, as well as enjoying a great climate for sun seekers.”
Air Malta offers a free allowance of 20 kgs for checked-in baggage in the hold and also 10 kgs as hand-luggage per person on all its flights. Flights are available to book via various tour operators and travel agents, but also from the airline’s portal www.airmalta.com
Source / Author: Bristol Airport