Travel & Tourism
On the occasion of World Animal Day being celebrated today, Air Malta has launched an updated Pet Travel policy that makes it easier for passengers to travel with their beloved pets onboard the airline’s flights. Over 1,000 Air Malta passengers choose to travel with their pets every year.
The Malta Hotels & Restaurants Association (MHRA) has expressed satisfaction at the announcement of the return of British Airways to Malta. MHRA remarks that UK is a critical source market with great potential for the Maltese Islands and therefore the return of British Airways will also help the industry as whole to grow connectivity.
Malta International Airport has reported that it has hit yet another record last month as September traffic increased by 10.8 per cent over the same period last year.