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Buy Flights to Lost & Found Festival 2024

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Buy flights to the Lost & Found Festival 2024

Kickstart the festival season with a celebration in the Mediterranean sun. An absolute paradise for dance fans, Malta’s Lost and Found festival boasts a lineup packed with house, techno, garage, grime and drum and bass, which can be enjoyed from pool parties, boat parties, beach parties and open-air clubs.

2024 will welcome the 6th year of the Lost & Found festival. Don’t want to miss out? Use this guide to find out how you can easily search and book your flights to the Lost and Found festival. What’s more, when you book your flights through Alternative Airlines, you can spread the cost of your flights over time. Choose one of our payment plan options at checkout, including KlarnaAffirmAfterpay and Zip, as well as lots of other options!

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When is the Lost and Found Festival 2024?

In 2024 the festival will be held on the 29th June - 2nd July (unconfirmed dates).

Where is the Lost and Found Festival 2024?

The festival is held on the sunny Mediterranean island of Malta, in and around the coastal town of Saint Paul's Bay.

Top Tip: Extend your trip to the Lost and Found Festival and stay for longer on the stunning island of Malta. With crystal clear waters and abundance of watersport opportunities, you won’t want to leave.

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What airport to fly to for the Lost & Found festival?

It's easy to fly to Malta for the Lost and Found festival, no matter where you're flying from! There's only one major airport Malta: Malta International Airport. You can fly there directly from destinations across Europe, including the UK. If you're flying from further afield (from the US, for example) you may need to catch a connecting flight. More information on this airport can be found below.

Malta International Airport

Fly to Malta International Airport, the only airport serving the island of Malta. Numerous international carriers operate direct flights to Malta from across Europe, including the UK and Spain. The airport is the main hub for Air Malta and is a base for Ryanair. With a journey time of just 3 hours from London, you can touch down in Malta in no time at all, and be transported to a whole new world of sun and sea.

Distance to Saint Paul's Bay: Malta is a small island and the journey time between the airport and Saint Paul's Bay is just 35 minutes (approx) by car. There are plenty of public transport options available as well.
✈︎ Airlines: Numerous European carriers operate flights from Malta to cities including London, Paris, Berlin, Athens and Madrid. Use our search form at the top of the page to search for flights to Malta and find out which airlines can offer you the route you need from any departure city of your choice!

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Travel to the Lost and Found Festival FAQs

What airport do I fly to for the Lost & Found festival?

There is only one major airport on the island of Malta, where you'll find the Lost and Found festival, and that's Malta International Airport. Because Malta is a small island, it is easy to travel from the airport to Saint Paul's Bay (the town where the festival is held) by car or public transport. You can fly to Malta International Airport with airlines including Air France, Ryanair, easyJet, British Airways and Lufthansa, among many others.

How do I get to Saint Paul's Bay?

Saint Paul's Bay is a small coastal town on the island of Malta. It is home to the Lost & Found festival. With normal traffic, it will take just 30 minutes to travel from Malta International Airport to Saint Paul's Bay.

How can I fly to the Lost & Found festival from the UK?

It's easy. There are plenty of airlines that operate direct flights from the UK to Malta. Most of these flights operate from London, so if you're based elsewhere in the UK you may need to make a connecting flight at London to travel to Malta. Fly with easyJet, British Airways, Ryanair or Wizz. Use the search form at the top of the page to begin your search.

What's the best beach festival?

The Lost & Found Festival is one of the best beach festivals that you can attend in Europe. Warm sun and turquoise see. Rave under the stars until morning. It's an unforgettable way to kick start the festival season.

Where can I book flights to the 2024 Lost & Found festival?

Search and book your flights through Alternative Airlines! Use this guide to learn more about travelling to the 2024 Lost & Found festival, including which airport to fly into and which airlines you can book with. We ticket over 600 global airlines, including all international carriers operating flights to Malta. Book flights with Ryanair, easyJet, Air France and Lufthansa, as well as any of the other airlines listed on this page.