Malta International (MLA) Airport

Malta International MLA Airport Overview

Malta International Airport MLA serves the independent State of Malta.  Malta is a member of the European Union and belongs to the Eurozone and Schengen area. The State of Malta encompasses 316 square kilometers and has a population of 409,000. Its 7,000-year history, archeological sites and ideal weather conditions draw tourists from all over Europe. 

MLA Airport is located between the towns of  Luqa and Gudja, on the Island of Malta, the larger of the Maltese islands in the Mediterranean Sea (which form the State of Malta) - situated just below Sicily.

With two long runways and about 4.4 million passengers per annum, Malta International Airport is hub for Air Malta and is served by a good number of international airlines, including low-fare and charter airlines.  A seaplane service to the Maltese Island of Gozo, as well as to Sicily, is sponsored by Harbour Air, located at the Airport.

Malta International Airport has one passenger terminal and a new VP Terminal.

Current and future Airport developments:  At year-end 2015 it was announced that the Airport management revealed its 78M EUR investment plan, which includes terminal & airfield operational upgrades during 2016.

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