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MaltaPoints – some 2013 highlights

So, 2014 is upon us and it’s a new dawn for MaltaPoints.


2013 has been an enjoyable and very interesting year for the MaltaPoints team, culminating in the move to BoardingArea.

We’ve had a number of highlights, including BA’s announcement of its return to Malta, some great offers year-round (my personal favourite probably being Turkish Airline’s €99 all-in Istanbul return), and of course Air Malta’s entirely expected failure to do anything whatsoever with its mediocre frequent flyer scheme, Flypass.

Not least given our new and extended BoardingArea audience, we thought it might be of use/interest to flag some of our most popular posts over the past year (ignoring, of course, those where the deals have expired).

Notable highlights include:

Of course, in ignoring all the expired deals we flagged, we have done ourselves a bit of a disservice – throughout the year there were some great offers that are no longer available, with a notable mention to the Kempinski, Gozo at €49 a night for two people, plus breakfast, plus 500 airline miles. Principally, however, the expired deals consisted of a number of free or reduced rate points earning opportunities, including various major (and minor) hotels and airlines.

As such, please do keep an eye on MaltaPoints in 2014 – we really value your support, and like to think you get a helpful, enjoyable, and certainly always free, service from us. While our principal focus will remain, of course, on the Malta market, we will continue to have relevance to anyone who likes to keep an eye on flight and hotel offers, and frequent traveller point bargains (many of which have global applicability).

So, whether you’re based in Valletta, Virginia, Vermont or Vanuatu, we look forward to the rest of 2014 with you.

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