Aberdeen Belfast International Birmingham Bournemouth Bristol East Midlands Edinburgh Glasgow Prestwick Leeds Bradford Liverpool London Luton London Stansted Manchester
Easyjet Gatwick Southend Manchester Newcastle
Airmalta Manchester Heathrow Gatwick Birmingham
Note some routes may operate during summer months only. Check on airlines website for latest routes as routes can be dropped at very short notice. This list does not include every scheduled flight operator to Malta. There are also charter flights selling seats during the summer months.
Airlines operating to Malta from other Destinations.
NORWEGIAN AIR SHUTTLE
SMALL PLANET AIRLINES
A coach service by maltatransfer.com is serving all the hotels and tickets can be purchased in the baggage reclaim area at Malta airport on arrival. The fare to Mellieha, Marfa, Paradise Bay area is around Euro 12 single. Ryanair also sell tickets on board their flights for a cheap coach service for just Euro 5 single and Euro 10 return A taxi rank provides a 24 hour service outside arrivals at Malta airport. Prices are fixed and a voucher is purchased from a desk in arrivals. The fare to Cirkewwa is around Euro 35, Mellieha around Euro 30 and to St Paul's Bay around Euro 25.
Travel Tips 1. Airmalta sometimes offer free diving bag allowance for flights during the winter months. Check their website for offers.
2. The difference in price, between tanks and weights and full kit packages is small. On a pack of 6 dives, it amounts to Euro 35. Keep this in mind when calculating your baggage fees.
3. Do not pack any valuables in your checked in luggage. Items which have a knack of vanishing, include large cartons of cigarettes, cameras, dive computers and electronics. Place these in your hand luggage. It is possible to have your suitcase wrapped in several layers of plastic at Malta airport in the departure hall for a nominal charge.
4. We hope you will decide to dive with us, but here is a good tip to avoid the cowboy operators in Malta. The cowboys operate out of the back of van. They have no license to operate as a dive centre, no insurance and no business premises. Their websites are the ones with no physical address for the dive centre. Contact details are just an email address, an unlisted mobile and maybe some obscure flat in another country. If there is no address, they are hiding from the Maltese authorities.