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On Monday (today), KM Malta Airlines announced that it will be cancelling scheduled flights to and from Milan Linate Airport on Tuesday 28th May 2024.

“KM Malta Airlines regrets that due to a ground handling staff strike at Milan Linate Airport, the airline has been forced to cancel flights KM624 and KM625,” it said in a statement.

Therefore, Malta’s national airline stated that it has transferred affected passengers onto the following flights operating on Wednesday, 29th May:

  • KM624 operating between Malta and Milan Linate, departing at 12:45pm.

  • KM625 operating from Milan Linate, departing at 3:35pm.

Last Saturday, KM was also forced to cancel flights to and from Paris Orly Airport due to an air traffic control strike.

Passengers who have booked their flight directly with KM Malta Airlines and prefer a monetary refund are requested to contact the airline through its online form.

On the other hand, for bookings through a travel agent, passengers are asked to contact their agent to initiate a refund request on their behalf.

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