Air Atlanta Europe is a charter and ACMI airline based in Birkirkara, Malta. The airline was established and received certification in 2021 and is a subsidiary of Icelandic airline Air Atlanta Icelandic. Air Atlanta Europe is not to be confused with the former UK leisure charter which was an offshoot of the Icelandic ACMI provider. The airline currently operates a Boeing 747-400 on cargo services for Saudia and operates under the call sign 'Euroviking'.
As the airline will offer ACMI (Aircraft, Crew, Maintenance, Insurance), cargo and charter services on behalf of numerous international customers the airline's route portfolio will vary and operate flexibly for their customer base.
Please refer to the operator that offered the flight to you for carry-on baggage information. No prohibited items are allowed onboard including fluid exceeding 100ml. Any prohibited items identified by airport security would be confiscated.
Baggage allowance for your flight would depend on the operator that offered the flight to you. Air Atlanta Icelandic doesn't have general guidance on the baggage allowance for its flights. However, as a general rule, no baggage exceeding 32kg would be accepted by the airline due to international health and safety regulations.
Air Atlanta Europe doesn't offer any online check-in facility, meaning you will have to do this upon arrival at the airport.
Check-in facilities will usually be branded with the airline or travel company you intended to travel with rather than Air Atlanta Europe. For check-in opening and closing times please consult the airline or tour operator you are scheduled to travel with for more details. However, we recommend that you arrive at the airport for check-in no later than 90 minutes prior to your scheduled departure.
Currently, Air Atlanta Europe operates a single Boeing 747-400 aircraft which has been configured into a dual-class cabin. The airline offers both economy and business class seating for its passengers. It is currently unknown how the style of seating is, however, as the aircraft is in operation for Saudia, it may be configured in their class offering for the aircraft type. For more details please visit the Saudia page.
The food and beverages service will be defined by the chartering organisation and service level agreed by Air Atlanta Europe. For more information about what the meal service may be please check with your airline/tour operator.
Air Atlanta Europe hasn't stated if infight entertainment and Wifi facilities have been installed onboard. However, it is expected due to the aircraft type that personal inflight entertainment screens will be available. As noted the aircraft operated by Air Atlanta Europe is in service for Saudia, so their travel experience including inflight entertainment may have been installed.
Air Atlanta Europe doesn't offer a frequent flyer program due to the nature of its business.
The airline isn't currently part of an airline alliance, however, it has strong partnerships with Air Atlanta Iceland as it s a subsidiary of this airline.
Air Atlanta Europe currently operates a single Boeing 747-400 aircraft.
Malta International Airport (MLA) is the major international airport serving the island nation of Malta. The airport operates with 2 runways and has a capacity of around 7 million passengers annually. MLA is a hub airport for flag carrier Air Malta and is also a target airport for Ryanair and new subsidiary airline Malta Air. The airport is served by numerous airlines including Air France, British Airways, Easyjet, Emirates, ITA Airways, Iberia, Lufthansa, Norwegian, SkyUp, Tunisair Express and more. This means that the airport offers great connections to destinations across Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. Malta International is also well connected to the rest of the country with a mix of both local and regional bus services serving the airport.