Malta is connected by air to almost every major city in Europe and to key destinations in North Africa and the Middle East, most being just a few hours’ flight-time away. Cities such as Frankfurt, London and Paris can be reached in less than three hours, while a flight to Rome takes only one hour. Direct flights are available to around 40 cities in Europe. Malta is also increasingly served by low-cost airlines, and carriers such as Ryanair and easyJet are adding new routes. Malta International Airport (MIA), the island’s only airport, is centrally located between Luqa and Gudja and can be reached within 20 to 40 minutes from all towns and villages.
Major airlines flying to the country:
- Air Malta
- Turkish Airlines
Source: Malta International Airport