Malta MedAir is a European-based charter airline registered in Malta under the name Malta Air Travel Co Ltd - it offers charter flights to requested destinations across Europe.
Founded in 2018, the airline is headquartered in Luqa, Malta, and mainly operates out of Malta International Airport. Its first commercial flight took place in March 2018 undertaken on behalf of the national airline Air Malta.
As of June 2022, the airline is currently inactive and not operating a regular flight schedule.
Malta MedAir has different baggage policies for carry-on and checked baggage.
With Malta MedAir, you'll be able to bring onboard 1 cabin bag with a maximum weight of 10kg and dimensions no bigger than 40 x 55 x 25cm.
You're also allowed to bring 1 personal item, such as a handbag or laptop bag, which must not exceed dimensions of 40 x 30 x 15cm.
You'll be permitted 1 checked bag weighing no more than 23kg and not exceeding measurements over 158cm (width + length + depth).
If your checked bags are overweight or oversized, you'll be charged €30 per bag.
Unfortunately, Malta MedAir doesn't currently offer any in-flight entertainment.
At this moment in time, Malta MedAir doesn't offer WiFi on its flights.
It's not known whether Malta MedAir offers food onboard, but cold drinks are handed out throughout the flight.
Malta MedAir passengers can check in online prior to the flight departure time. If you're unable to check in online, you must check in at the airport.
Passengers can check-in online for their flight on the Malta MedAir online check-in page.
Passengers that can't check-in online or are unable to check-in online can check-in at the airport. This can be done by visiting one of the airport check-in desks with the relevant travel documents. Airport check-in closing times differ depending on the airport of departure.
Malta MedAir doesn't currently have a frequent flyer program.
Malta MedAir isn't part of any airline alliances.
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Malta International Airport, otherwise known as Luqa Airport, is the only airport in Malta and serves the whole of the Maltese Islands. Located in Luqa, the capital city of Malta, the airport serves as the main hub for Air Malta, the sister airline to Malta MedAir. It's also a hub for Lauda Europe and Malta Air.
Starting off as Malta's first civil airfield in 1920, the airport has experienced major developments due to the increase in passengers arriving in Malta. In 1958, a new passenger terminal was inaugurated by the then Governor of Malta, Sir Robert Laycock. A new and longer runway was built in 1977 and in 1992 the current passenger terminal was inaugurated making the airport fully functional. After these developments, the old Luqa Airport was effectively shut down after 35 years of service.
The airport has its own VIP lounge, the La Valette Club, as well as other facilities including airside and landside shops, restaurants and other outlets.
The Malta MedAir fleet consists of 2 aircraft, both of which are Airbus 320s. The A320 can carry 168 passengers.
As of April 2022, one of the A320s is being leased to Corendon Airlines, and as of March 2022 the second A320 is currently being stored in Sofia, Bulgaria.
Malta MedAir is currently awaiting the delivery of its third A320.
Before Malta MedAir become inactive, its frequent destinations include London Gatwick, London Heathrow, Warsaw, Bucharest and other European cities, however, most of the airlines' flights were made by request.
Please check back again soon for more updates on where Malta MedAir flies.
There are two options for flying with pets on Malta MedAir - bringing your pet (cat or small dog) into the cabin inside an airline-approved carrier and not exceeding a weight of 10kg including the carrier, or as checked baggage (cats, dogs, hares, rabbits, ferrets and birds) not exceeding 32kg including the carrier.
If you are wanting to fly with either a pet, service animal or emotional support animal, you can see all information and advice by Alternative Airlines about travelling with an animal.
21 May 2022
Malta MedAir has teamed up with MedSky Airways to provide direct routes between Europe and Libya. MedSky Airways is the first Libyan commercial airline to fly to Europe since 2014, the year the country was added to the EU Air Safety List after the civil war. Prior to the two airlines working together, passengers would have to fly Turkey, Tunisia or Egypt first before moving on to Libya.