Home » Air Malta » Air Malta flash sale – fares from €44 for today only

Air Malta flash sale – fares from €44 for today only

Air Malta has joined the “flash sale” bandwagon, offering seats on its entire flight network (excluding Catania, Algiers and Djerba) from just €44 one way until midnight CET today (23 March 2015).

air malta sale

The discounted “flash sale” fare applies to flights taken in April, May and June 2015.

Obviously the value of the €44 fare will depend on the route in question. It’s nothing special for Malta to Rome, but bag it for a London to Malta route, for example, and you’ve got yourself a bargain.

Again, this is one that’s worth a browse. If the €44 fare suits your dates and destination, then now is the time to book the flight.

Full details are available in the press release, here.

We have been fairly critical of Air Malta of late, particularly with their seeming push to offer a budget service at flag-carrier prices. However, there’s little doubt that if you can get a good value flight with them, they are preferable to the low cost carriers like Ryanair and easyJet. If nothing else, the option of Heathrow airport for Air Malta flights can be a substantial benefit.

If you’re tempted by Malta and haven’t yet been (or have been and have forgotten why…), have a look at our 10 Reasons To Visit… Malta


5 Comments

  1. I received this offer 4 times from Air Malta, once from my sister and once from my father.
    It turns out that my father had received it 3 times from Air Malta.

    Sounds like an IT issue…..and of course the web site is currently not coping with the demand.

  2. euflyer says:

    Comprehensively marketed, Les.

    Yep I have been struggling to get on all day. When I do, availability is very limited.

  3. I ended up booking my trip back to London on Vueling/BA via BCN, as the KM and direct BA flights were so expensive. I’ll obviously have to change my frequent flyer number for the Vueling flight in order to pick up the couple of hundreds of miles for that leg.

    Now, what should I do with my 6 hours between flights at El Prat?

    • euflyer says:

      Cerveza? In all seriousness it’s a 30 min cab ride from BCN to central Barcelona, so you should be able to get a couple of hours in “proper” Barcelona if you fancy it.

  4. Done that a few times, but it sounds better than 5 hours in a lounge. I’ll ramble down the Ramblas.

    I believe it is cervesa in Catalan….

Leave a Reply

Archives

Categories