The airline cheap Ryanair flights will sell the flights on his site that are executed by Air Malta, adds 21 new routes to its network, including from Tunis, Moscow or Zurich.
The agreement announced by the Irish flight specialist on August 21, 2018 allows customers to book flights operated by Air Malta on Ryanair.com. The 21 non-detailed routes connect the airport with Valletta-Luqa to Austria, Czech Republic, Israel, Morocco, Russia, Switzerland, Tunisia and Ukraine, two new nations (Tunisia and Russia) that appears in his network. On Wednesday morning, flights between Malta and Russia or Zurich were not yet available online, but Ryanair now sells flights on Saturday and Sunday between Valletta and Tunis-Carthage.
The low costs in 2010 inaugurated its Maltese base; it now offers 53 lines, including those from and to Beauvais, Marseille, Toulouse and Charleroi. With 21 routes where Ryanair was absent, his offer is on the rise 2.7 million seats a year in the Mediterranean island.
Air Malta operates on its basic flights to 52 airports: Amsterdam, Berlin-Tegel, Birmingham, Bristol, Brussels, Bucharest, Cagliari, Casablanca, Catania, Comisso, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hamburg, Istanbul, Kiev-Boryspil, Larnaca, Leipzig, Lisbon, London (Gatwick, Heathrow, Southend), Lyon, Malaga, Manchester, Marseille, Milan-Linate, Moscow-Sheremetyevo, Munich, Palermo, Paris (CDG and Orly), Prague, Riga, Rome-Fiumicino, St. Petersburg, Tarbes-Lourdes, Tel Aviv, Tunis, Venice, Vienna and Zurich.
This new partnership with Air Malta, after signing with Air Europa and Aer Lingus for long-haul flights, is the latest initiative launched under the Always Getting Better customer experience program, Ryanair said in its press release. . Chief Financial Officer David O & # 39; Brien said: " we are excited to announce this collaboration with Air Malta, with which we are our 139 million customers to book flights and book on 21 new lines between Malta and Austria, Czech Republic, Israel, Morocco, Russia, Switzerland, Tunisia and Ukraine, in addition to the more than 300 destinations already available on Ryanair.com, & # 39; s the world's leading travel site, which receives more than 50 million unique visitors each month "Air Malta President Charles Mangion added:" it is a historical agreement in which the two companies work together for the benefit of their mutual customers. In the past year, Air Malta has made significant improvements, not only to expand its network of lines with more frequencies and destinations, but also to adapt its product in terms of tariff structure and on-board service. This agreement will also help Air Malta visibility foreign markets and benefit from new sources of income. We look forward to continuing the cooperation between the two airlines for the benefit of our customers ".
To celebrate the signing, Ryanair sells seating from € 14.99 to travel from September to October 2018, available for booking before Thursday, August 23 at midnight.
Today we announce a new flight with Air Malta, which allows the 139 million customers of Ryanair Air Malta flights to book on the website https://t.co/cgLkPq5oJZ
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– Ryanair (@Ryanair) August 21, 2018