Reopening of Malta’s Airport
Malta International Airport reopened on July 1, 2020 and commercial flights to and from Malta resumed from that date.
Passengers arriving from the following countries do not have to do any quarantine and do not require any special permits:
- Czech Republic
- New Zealand
- San Marino
- South Korea
- United Arab Emirates
- United Kingdom
- Vatican City
Any person coming from any other country and has not spent at least 14 days in one of the safe countries listed above needs a special permit from the Health Authorities before travelling to Malta and may be obliged to do quarantine in Malta if accepted by the Health Authorities.
The list of approved safe destinations is monitored regularly and may be reviewed if necessary.
1. A welcoming visit to Malta
The Maltese are renowned for their hospitality, friendliness and generosity. The people are traditionally kind-hearted and usually go out of their way to make guests feel at home. The majority of people are very accommodating, and are very willing to lend a helping hand, should you need directions or require assistance of any kind.
This characteristic is deep-rooted in Maltese culture and makes for a very warm and welcoming experience. Apart from personal experience, it’s something I hear those who travelled to Malta mention on a regular basis.
Click herefor information about arrivals and departures to and from Malta International Airport.
In preparation for the resumption of commercial flights starting July 1st 2020, Malta International Airport has implemented various measures in order to maintain a safe environment for passengers and employees. For details https://www.maltairport.com/covid19/