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Flydubai announces it will be operating flights to Malta four times every week
This is part of its plan to expand the European network.

Jillian Mallia

Attention frequent flyers! Flydubai, the Dubai-based airline, has announced that the Maltese Islands will be joining its European network starting 12th May. In the coming months, Malta will see four flights per week landing here operated by flydubai; two will be operating directly while the other two will include a stop at Catania International Airport.

 “Connectivity is paramount for solid ties between States; and likewise between Malta and the UAE.  Joined by the Malta Ministry for Foreign and European Affairs and Malta Tourism Authority, we are grateful to flydubai for announcing the route to Malta, providing an opportunity to foster and strengthen the political, commercial and people-to-people relations between our two countries,” H.E. Maria Camilleri Calleja, Ambassador of the Republic of Malta to the United Arab Emirates said in a statement.

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“We are pleased to be able to offer for the first time flydubai flights between Malta and Dubai,” Senior Vice President at flydubai, Jeyhun Efendi shared. “Whether customers choose to travel in Business Class or Economy Class they can look forward to convenient connections as well as a comfortable onboard travel experience as they start their journey. We look forward to launching flights from Malta in May and to welcoming passengers on flydubai.”

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Apart from Malta and Catania, flydubai will also be adding Naples and Salzburg to its destinations list, meaning that the Dubai-based airline will now be operating to 20 destinations within Europe.

Flights can be booked from flydubai’s website (flydubai.com), the official flydubai App, the Contact Centre in Dubai on (+971) 600 54 44 45, the flydubai travel shops or through their travel partners.

25th January 2021


Jillian Mallia
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Jillian Mallia
A book lover, writer and globetrotter who loves exploring new places and the local gems that the Maltese Islands have to offer. An avid foodie and arts fanatic, Jillian searches the island and beyond for the perfect settings to write about.

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