Alitalia, KLM, Lufthansa, Swissair, Tunisavia, British Airways, RyanAir and EasyJet all operate flights to Malta from destinations throughout Europe.
Travelling to Malta by air gets easier and easier with time, as budget airlines now operate alongside the International carriers from destinations around the world. Alitalia, KLM, Lufthansa, Swissair, Tunisavia, British Airways, RyanAir and EasyJet all operate flights to Malta from destinations throughout Europe as well as Cairo, Damascus, Tunis and Dubai.
Booking these flights is done online or through travel agencies.
Malta International Airport
No matter which company you book with, your flight will land at Malta International Airport which is located between the villages of Luqa and Gudja, 10kms from the capital city Valletta.
For information on arrivals and departures see www.maltairport.com
Air Malta is the national carrier
Air Malta is the Maltese national airline, and if you'd like to get in touch with them, their details are:
Tel: (+356) 21690890 / (+356) 21229990
Flight Enquiries & Schedules Telephone (+356) 5004 3333.
Most ferries to Malta are from Italy
Getting to Malta by sea means taking a ferry, stopping as part of a cruise, or coming by yacht - all of which are possible. The majority of ferries arrive in Malta from ports in Italy, cruises come from around the world, and yachts come from wherever their owners choose.
Here are some contact details for ferry service providers arriving in Malta from various parts of Italy:
Grandi Navi Veloci
Grimaldi Lines are represented in Malta by:
Sullivan Maritime Limited,
VGT Terminal - Malta.
Tel/Fax: (+356) 218 093 90