Travel & Tourism
Air Malta has annouced that keeping your electronic devices switched off during takeoff and landing will soon become a thing of the past as it embraces a new technological era. Starting from June 1st, Air Malta will be lifting many restrictions relating to the use of portable electronic devices on board its aircraft.
Malta International Airport has reported that in April it hosted a total of 376,935 passengers, resulting in an increase of 13.7 per cent when compared to the same period last year.
The National Statistics Office has reported that total cruise passenger trafﬁc during the ﬁrst quarter amounted to 38,138, an increase of 68.4 per cent over the corresponding period last year.