Emirates has announced it will resume its service UAE to Malta route via Larnaca, Cyrpus, from 14th July 2021.
With the country’s successful vaccination programme and an overall decrease in daily COVID-19 cases, Emirates notes Malta has officially welcomed EAE tourists back from 1st June.
“Known for its beautiful beaches and diverse archaeological sites, customers travelling from the UAE can now enjoy quarantine-free travel to one of the most exciting Mediterranean destinations”, the airlines comments.
Flights to and from Malta will operate three times weekly through the airline’s Larnaca service.
Emirates flight EK 109 will depart Dubai every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 8am, it explains, arriving in Larnaca at 11:10am. The flight will leave Larnaca at 12:20pm, arriving in Malta at 14:05pm.
The return flight, EK 110 will leave Malta at 3:35pm, arriving in Larnaca at 7pm, before the following flight lands at Dubai at 1:05am.
The airline adds that its customers will have “seamless” access to European cities via the airline’s codeshare agreement with Air Malta.
As more international destinations begin easing their entry restrictions, Emirates says it plans to expand its services to provide more choice and convenience for customers who can now plan travel to more than 30 cities in 20 countries across the Emirates network that have opened their doors for tourism and business, quaranting free.
Emirates says it will now operate over 280 weekly flights in July from Dubai to cities in Europe, the US, Middle East, Africa and other popular island getaways, for travellers who want to start their long-awaited adventures and experiences this summer without the “hassle, cost or stress of quarantine”.