Arrigo Group CEO Kurt Cachia, together with Operations Manager André Farrugia, have welcomed the first arrivals from easyJet holidays at Malta International Airport.
News events across Malta and Gozo
Malta’s Prime Minister Robert Abela has announced that six new countries have been added to the safe flights list when Malta’s airport reopens on 1st July 1.
Malta is reopening to tourism from the 1st of July. Visitors from 19 destinations can enter the country without having to spend any time in isolation. They will not be subjected to any tests either.
Tourism Minister Julia Farrugia has said that Malta would reopen its airport on the 1st of July to 19 destinations. The list includes the following: Sardinia & Sicily (Italy), Iceland, Slovakia, Cyprus, Lithuania, Israel, Latvia, Switzerland, Norway, Estonia, Denmark, Hungary, Austria, Luxembourg, Germany, Czech Republic, Finland and Ireland.
Prime Minister Robert Abela has announced that Malta’s airport and ports will reopen from 1st July.
Malta’s restaurants began reopening from Friday 22nd May, albeit with restrictions in place, mainly social distancing between tables and only a maximum of 6 patrons at any one table.
Work has started on the conservation and restoration of the painting of the Assumption of Mary, known as Our Lady of Ta’ Pinu and which is venerated in the Basilica of the National Shrine of Our Lady Ta’ Pinu in Gozo.
Malta’s popular Mellieha Bay became a WINTER WONDERLAND last Thursday 26th Mach as HAIL carpeted parts of Malta.
In moments of difficult times, such as the plague and cholera epidemics, the Maltese recurred to three saints as protectors against serious diseases: San Bastjan, Santu Rokku and Santa Rożalija.
popular Strawberry Festival will be held on 19th April 2020. It takes place in the main square outside the Parish Church in Mġarr, an agricultural village on the north side of the island. Mġarr is renowned for its excellent quality strawberries, which boast a unique sweet taste.