Air Malta will be flying again to Frankfurt as from Sunday 29th October with up to four weekly frequencies every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.
"Air Malta is committed to expand routes and flight frequency to Europe's main airports. Frankfurt is important for both incoming tourists as well as business travellers and trans-continental flight connections. Air Malta's decision is aligned to the airline's growth strategy”, said Dr. Konrad Mizzi, Minister for Tourism.
Paul Sies, Air Malta Chief Commercial Officer added, “We are thrilled that the new Board of Directors supported our plans to re-introduce the Frankfurt route. We believe that through changing conditions and a new commercial drive we can make this route profitable again and reconnect Malta to this important European hub. This is more good news for both Maltese and Germans visiting the two countries either travelling in groups or making their individual arrangements. Air Malta’s new commercial structure and pricing strategy will help more people use this service”.
Frankfurt am Main is a metropolis and the largest city in the German state of Hesse and the fifth-largest city in Germany. Currently finding itself as the most important commercial and economic center on mainland Europe, Frankfurt frequently ranks in the top ten best cities in which to live and do business.
Frankfurt is an important tourism metropolis with many of the best tourist attractions found right in the heart of the city centre, including the Frankfurt museum embankment (Museumsufer), historic churches, quaint shops, and the Old Town (Aldstadt) with its lovely half-timbered buildings and picturesque town square (the Römerberg). Top things to do in Frankfurt include visiting the many historic sites (Goethe House, Gothic Cathedrals and churches, the Hauptwache), Museums (Staedel, Museumsufer, Senckenberg Natural Museum), Nature and Parks (Palmengarten, Chinese Garden, Lohrpark), Monuments and Statues (Goethe, Gutenberg-Denkmal, Schillerdenkmal), as well as other points of interest and well-known landmarks (Romer, Mainkai street, Berger street, Gerechtigkeitsbrunnen).