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Air Malta on Monday launched their second “lifeline schedule” in response to the worsening of the COVID pandemic in Europe.

The schedule is intended to ensure essential passenger and cargo connectivity to and from the Maltese Islands.

The new schedule will commence from Wednesday 27th January and is expected to remain in effect until end February, although an extension was not ruled out as the COVID situation in Europe continues to evolve.

In a statement, Air Malta said that it “has been at the forefront in efforts to ensure essential passenger connectivity to selected major European cities as well as a continuous connectivity for cargo, mail and essential medical supplies including the COVID-19 vaccine and other resources that are critical to the Islands’ supply chain.”

It said that these measures are “intended to guarantee peace of mind and stability for the Islands during these uncertain and testing times.”

The new schedule will include 19 weekly return flights to eight destinations as following:

• Amsterdam
• Brussels
• Catania
• Frankfurt
• London Heathrow
• Paris Charles De Gaulle
• Rome
• Zurich

The following is Air Malta’s updated lifeline schedule:

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