Air Malta will be cancelling its service to Tripoli International Airport (KM696/7) on Tuesday 5th June due to the closure of the airport. Air Malta will be offering its passengers booked on its Tripoli flight tomorrow the facility to be re-booked on the airline’s services KM698/9 to Benghazi tomorrow (Tuesday) or on Thursday.
In view of the fact that Tripoli International Airport may remain closed until Wednesday 6th June, Air Malta will not re-book passengers onto its Wednesday flights. Air Malta will continue to monitor the situation and keep the public informed of any developments.
For any re-booking or re-routing enquiries clients can contact Air Malta’s International Call Centre on +356 21662211 (Malta) or +218 (21) 335 0579 (Libya). Air Malta gives utmost importance to the safety and well-being of its clients and crew and apologises to its clients for any disruptions due to circumstances beyond its control.
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