What safety measures are in place when I land at the airport in Malta?
Please click here to find the latest safety measures being taken at Malta Airport.
Is the Air-Rail Link currently operating to/from Birmingham International train station?
The Air-Rail Link is operating between the hours of 03:30 - 00:30.
What shops, bars and restaurants are currently open at the airport?
Most of our outlets are back open at the airport. Please click here for my information.
Should I arrive earlier at the airport than normal?
All passengers are encouraged to arrive at the terminal in line with the check-in opening times for their flight.
What can I expect in Malta?
Perched in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, the country of Malta is a stunning little archipelago that sits south of Sicily and just shy of Tunisia to the north. Prehistoric temples, fossil-studded cliffs, hidden coves, thrilling scuba diving and a remarkable history, Malta is so much more than beaches.
What is the flight time to Malta?
The approximate flight time to Malta is 3 hours 20 minutes.
What is the weather like in Malta?
Malta’s climate makes it a great holiday destination all year round. Summers are hot, dry and sunny and winters are relatively mild.
Why should I visit Malta?
As well as being stunning, Malta has an interesting history and culture. Tour the Megalithic temples, step back in time at the Classic Car Museum, spend a day in Gozo and visit the Sunday Fish Market at Marsaxlokk.
If you’re visiting Malta between April and September, you will get to experience Feast Season. With a friendly rivalry between villages, celebrations often start up to a fortnight before the feast date. Honouring either their patron saint or second-in-importance saint, you can enjoy music performed by local bands, visit vendor stalls, watch fireworks, and take in the brightly decorated streets and ornately decorated and illuminated churches.
There are some traditional foods you must sample whilst you’re in Malta. Among the numerous pastries, pies, pastas and pizza slices at numerous kiosks around the island, you’ll find the famous pastizzi – filled, hot, mini-pastries. To wash it down, pick up a bottle of Malta’s own soft drink, Kinnie, a bittersweet carbonated drink, which is, admittedly, an acquired taste.
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