Emirates resumes flights to Malta via Larnaca

Emirates Airlines announced that it will resume operating its flights to Malta via Larnaca in Cyprus, starting from next July 14, at a rate of 3 flights per week.

Thanks to the successful vaccination program and the low number of daily infections with the “Covid-19” virus in the United Arab Emirates, Malta has officially announced its welcome to tourists from the country since the beginning of this June.

Malta is famous for its beautiful beaches and diverse archaeological sites and now customers in the UAE can travel to one of the most attractive destinations in the Mediterranean without the need for a quarantine.

Flights to and from Malta via Larnaca, currently served by Emirates, will operate with a Boeing 777-300ER in a two-class configuration of 42 flat-bed seats in Business Class and 386 comfortable seats in Economy Class.

Emirates flight EK 109 will depart Dubai International Airport at 8 am on Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays, arriving in Larnaca at 11:10 am and departing at 12:20 pm, arriving in Malta at 2:05 pm.

As for the return flight, EK110, it departs from Malta at 3:35 pm and arrives in Larnaca at 7 pm, then departs at 8:10 pm, arriving in Dubai at 1:05 am the next day. Emirates customers can easily reach Several cities in Europe under the codeshare agreement between the carrier and "Air Malta".

With the increase in the number of international destinations that ease entry restrictions, Emirates continues to expand its services to provide more options and convenience to its customers who can plan to travel through the Emirates network to more than 30 cities in 20 countries, which opened their doors for tourism and business without the need for quarantine, and next July the number will increase The flights operated by Emirates Airlines on 280 flights per week from Dubai to cities in Europe, the United States, the Middle East, Africa and other tourist islands without the cost or inconvenience of quarantine.

Since resuming tourism activities safely next July, Dubai has maintained its position as one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world, especially during the winter season, as it continues to receive its visitors from businessmen and international tourists and offers them a variety of world-class experiences.

Dubai was also one of the first cities in the world to receive the Safe Travel Seal from the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), which is a testament to the comprehensiveness and effectiveness of Dubai's measures to ensure the health and safety of guests.

Emirates customers traveling to Malta from the age of 5 years are required to present a negative COVID-19 test certificate within 72 hours upon arrival in Malta and they must also submit the PLF Passenger Location Form and a negative COVID-19 test certificate upon arrival in Malta. Make travel procedures to be accepted on flights to Malta.

Fully vaccinated Maltese citizens or Malta residence permit holders are required to present a Maltese vaccination certificate in lieu of a negative COVID-19 test certificate upon return to Malta.

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