Casablanca, Venice and St Petersburg for Air Malta next summer

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Air Malta has announced, that as from next summer they will be offering direct services to three destinations; Casablanca, Venice and St Petersburg for summer 2018.

This was announced during the World Travel Market, attended by the Minister for Tourism Dr Konrad Mizzi, Air Malta’s Chairman, Dr Charles Mangion, Air Malta’s Acting CEO, Joseph Galea and Chief Commercial Officer, Paul Sies.

The airline said that it will inaugurate a new twice weekly scheduled service every Monday and Thursday. Air Malta is resuming its services to Casablanca after an absence of around 10 years.

The flight schedule will operate as follows (all times local):

Monday and Thursday

KM724 Dep. Malta 16.30 Arr. Casablanca 17:55

KM725 Dep. Casablanca 18:55 Arr. Malta 23:55

Air Malta will also re-start flying to Venice Marco Polo Airport, as from the 26th of March, with a twice a week every Monday and Saturday.

The flight schedule will operate as follows:

Monday and Saturday

KM638 dep Malta 20:45 Arr Venice 22:30

KM639 dep Venice 23:20 Arr Malta 01:10

There will be a twice weekly scheduled service to St Petersburg, Russia, every Wednesday and Saturday as from the 29th March.

The airline said that the flight schedule to the city will complement the three times weekly service to Russia’s capital, Moscow, which will increase to a four weekly flight schedule in peak summer.

The flight schedule will operate as follows (all times local):

Wednesday

KM568 Dep. Malta 22.00 Arr. St Petersburg 03:05*

KM569 Dep. St Petersburg 03:55* Arr. Malta 07:15*

Saturday

KM568 Dep. Malta 21:00 Arr. St Petersburg 02:05

KM569 Dep. St Petersburg 02:55* Arr. Malta 06:15*

* denotes next day

Customers can book flights through www.airmalta.com, by calling Air Malta’s Call Centre on +356 21662211 from Malta from, Air Malta sales office at Malta International Airport or from Travel Agents in Malta and in the respective countries.

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