Air Malta Launches Super Discounted Valentine's Week Seat Sale

11th February 2019

The offer, aimed to celebrate Valentine’s week, is valid for travel between Monday 11th February till end of June 2019 and ends at 11.59pm on Sunday 17th February.

Air Malta has launched a massive one-week long promotion offering 500,000 seats with prices starting from as low as €24 one-way on all its routes.

The offer, aimed to celebrate Valentine’s week, is valid for travel between Monday 11th February till end of June 2019 and ends at 11.59pm on Sunday 17th February.

35 routes will be on offer starting from a one-way prices of just €24 to Malaga up to €69 to Moscow or St Petersburg. This starting price is for the hand luggage only Go Light fares, and includes all taxes and charges.

The offer is applicable on flights to/from London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Southend, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Catania, Palermo, Rome, Milan, Cagliari, Berlin, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich, Leipzig, Hamburg, Vienna, Lyon, Marseille, Paris Charles De Gaulle, Paris Orly, Geneva, Zurich, Brussels, Amsterdam, Moscow, St Petersburg, Kiev, Prague, Malaga, Lisbon, Casablanca, Tunis and Tel Aviv.

The discount is valid through all distribution channels including Air Malta’s website www.airmalta.com. Seats are subject to availability with the discount not applicable on certain travel dates. Terms and conditions may apply.

For more information visit www.airmalta.com or log onto www.facebook.com/AirMalta.


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