Arrigo Group were the local organisers of the IBIA Malta Conference at the Malta Marriott Hotel & Spa from the 13th to 15th September, 2022.
News events across Malta and Gozo
We were very excited to be part of the team behind the 3rd edition of the Malta Seniors Cricket Festival. In Malta, we are well-known for hosting touring teams and are Europe’s most popular all-year cricketing destination and have seen over 6,000 cricketers play on our sunny shores since the year 2000.
With international travel now reopening, it seems that 2022 will be a year where people will be looking to combine these new-found passions with holidays abroad.
Malta’s Health Minister Chris Fearne has announced that as from 11th April 2022, outdoor standing events will be allowed to resume.
Arrigo Group CEO Kurt Cachia, together with Operations Manager André Farrugia, have welcomed the first arrivals from easyJet holidays at Malta International Airport.
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.