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The petrol station behind McDonalds in Luqa and next to SkyParks is set to close its doors permanently, the Malta International Airport (MIA) announced.

In a post on Facebook, MIA stated that petrol station will be closing as of 21st November (tomorrow), however works at the new petrol station are near completion.

Whilst apologising for any inconveniences, MIA stated that the opening date for the new petrol station will be announced soon.

The new petrol station is part of the SkyParks 2 development, announced earlier this year.


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