Partial emergency training exercises at Malta International Airport

22nd October 2019 

The airport advised the public not to be alarmed if they witness unusual activity, such as emergency vehicles.

Malta International Airport would like to inform the public that, together with the Civil Protection Department (CPD), it will be holding a series of partial emergency training exercises, with the first one being held on Wednesday 23 October in the morning.

These exercises are being organised with the aim of testing and enhancing the level of preparedness of the aforementioned entities for an emergency scenario, whilst also testing the adequacy of the emergency equipment used and the emergency response plan in place.

The public should not be alarmed if, on the above-indicated day, they witness unusual activity, such as a number of emergency vehicles including fire engines, being driven in the vicinity of the airport perimeter.

Malta International Airport would like to thank the public for their cooperation, whilst reminding passengers travelling on the indicated day that this exercise will not affect their journey.


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