21 new lines consisting of Casablanca, Kiev, Moscow, Tunis and Zurich now on sale at Ryanair.Com
Ryanair, Malta's first airline, today announced (21 August) a new airline partnership with Air Malta, enabling 139 million Ryanair customers to book Air Malta flights at Ryanair.com. Starting today, customers can view and book Air Malta flights on 21 new routes between Malta and 8 different countries in Africa, Asia and Europe, including Russia and Tunisia.
This new partnership with Air Malta is the latest initiative introduced as part of Ryanair's customer experience program "Always Getting Better". Ryanair already offers 53 routes to / from Malta and will deliver 2.7 million customers per year.
In Malta the CFO of Ryanair, David O & # 39; Brien said:
We are pleased to announce this partnership with Air Malta, which allows our 139 million customers to view and book flights on 21 new routes between Malta and Austria, the Czech Republic, Israel, Morocco, Russia, Switzerland, Tunisia and Ukraine. , in addition to the more than 300 destinations already available on Ryanair.com, the world's leading travel site, which receives more than 50 million unique visitors each month.
This collaboration is part of the latest enhancements to our "Always Getting Better" program as we continue to evolve around the & # 39; Amazon or Travel & # 39; Ryanair offers 53 routes to and from Malta, and our customers can now enjoy even more lines, making Ryanair.com the perfect choice for families, travelers and business customers.
To celebrate this, we sell seats from € 14.99 to travel from September to October 2018, available for reservations before Thursday, August 23 at midnight. Because these incredible low rates are quickly picked up, we encourage customers to connect www.ryanair.com to enjoy it as quickly as possible. & # 39;
Air Malta President Dr. ir. Charles Mangion said:
& # 39; This is a historic 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 increase its visibility on foreign markets and take advantage of new revenue sources. We look forward to continuing the cooperation between the two airlines for the benefit of our customers.
Dr. Konrad Mizzi, Minister of Tourism of Malta said:
& # 39; This strategic initiative is an important development that will allow Air Malta access to a new sales channel. This collaboration will accelerate Air Malta's growth strategy and ambitions. & # 39;