Malta International Airport welcomes over five million passengers each year and links three continents with over 90 airports directly to Malta.
The Malta International Airport is the only airport of the Maltese archipelago, and thus serves the whole country. Being in the territory of Luke is sometimes called "Luqa Airport" or "Airport of Valletta", since it is 8 km from the capital Valletta.
Located halfway between northern Africa and Europe, Malta’s geographical position in the heart of the Mediterranean has historically been of great strategic value for traders, merchants, and military powers.
The present air terminal was inaugurated in 1992, just 29 months after the foundation stone was laid in September 1989. Malta International Airport became fully operational on March 25, 1992, and the old Luqa airport terminal was effectively closed down after 35 years in service.
Air Malta is the flag carrier airline of malta,
Airlines flys to/from malta;
Aegean, Air Baltic, Air Serbia, Alitalia, British Airways, Czech Airlines, Condor, Easyjet, Eurowing, Emirates, Finnair, Iberia Express, Jet2.com, Jettime, Lufthansa, Luxair, Norwegian, Niki, Ryanair, SAS, Swiss, Thomas Cook, Thomson, Transavia, Tunisair, Turkish Airlines, Volotea, Vueling, Wizz.