National carrier Air Malta has announced that its flights coming and going from Paris-Orly Airport have moved from terminal one to terminal two.

The airline said this would place it in the same airport terminal as its codeshare partner Air France, “for more convenience and efficiency for customers in transit.”

They also reassured that the airline’s customers with lounge access invitations could still make use of Air France’s lounge located in terminal two.

Air Malta operates at least one daily flight between Malta and Paris-Orly Airport, which departs from Malta at 18:00, and departs at 19:30 from Paris-Orly.

During the weekend there’s an additional flight, which departs from Malta at 13:55, and departs at 17:30 from Paris-Orly.


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