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Malta Air is a low-cost airline that is due to start operating in Malta by summer 2020. This is a joint venture between Ryanair and the Government of Malta. The airline's hub airport will be the Malta International Airport. The newly formed airline will start operating with six aircraft formerly owned by Ryanair.
Ryanair will be assigning the 62 routes it operates to and from Malta across Europe, the Middle East and North Africa for this newly formed airline with plans of growing the network beyond that.
For more information, including route, destinations, fares and fleet information, please visit our Ryanair page.
In 2020 there were plans for Malta Air to operate 66 routes. In addition to the existing Ryanair routes to and from Malta, Malta Air has plans to fly to Paphos, Brindisi, Trieste and Santiago de Compostela. There are additional services between Dublin and Vienna that commenced on abril 1 2020.
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Malta Air doesn't have a designated hub airport, but it operates flights from multiple airports in Europe, with a focus on serving popular holiday destinations.
Malta Air operates a fleet of 8 Boeing 737-800 aircraft, each configured with a single cabin class. The airline plans to expand its fleet to 10 aircraft by the summer of 2022 to accommodate its growing network of routes.