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April 15, 2021

MaltaAir announces new Malta routes to Italy and Greece

    Added: 15 April 2021   MaltaAir announced five new Malta routes to Brindisi, Cagliari, Genoa and Trapani in Italy and Chania in Greece, all operating twice weekly as part of Malta’s summer 2021 schedule. Apart from that, for the upcoming summer season, RyanAir will be having 6 Malta-based aircraft, 57 routes and 155 weekly flights.   This was announced by Minister for Tourism and Consumer Protection Clayton Bartolo in a joint press conference with MaltaAir Chief Executive Officer David O’Brien.   “Being an island in the heart of the Mediterranean, it is crucial that we continue strengthening our […]
April 12, 2021

5 Steps to Enhancing Hotel Housekeeping & Guest Satisfaction in a Downturn

  For hoteliers, the well-being and health of guests and staff are of the utmost importance. In the wake of COVID-19 and rising hygienic concerns, what additional precautionary measures should hotels take to protect the health integrity of its environment?   Step 1: Assess your Current Plan of Action and Cleaning Regimen Hospitality professionals pride themselves on high attention to detail. Proactively ensuring proper sanitation throughout the property to prevent the spread of concerning germs and viruses is no exception. Thorough planning and execution across all departments will not only maximize efficiency, but will ensure a united, connected culture during […]
April 9, 2021

MTA Welcomes Launch of the Second Edition of the Malta Michelin Guide

    Added: 9 April 2021   Today Michelin launched the second Malta Michelin Guide, announcing the list of restaurants that made it in this year’s edition. The new Michelin Guide recognises the outstanding restaurants, breadth of cuisine styles and culinary skills found in Malta, Gozo and Comino. Established in the late 19th century, Michelin has maintained its benchmark of international food for more than 120 years, recognising some of the greatest restaurants in the world.   Located in the heart of the Mediterranean, Malta is establishing itself as a gastronomic destination which serves up a wide range of dishes […]
April 6, 2021

Medical Association calls for Tourism safety precautions

    Added: 6 April 2021   The Medical Association of Malta (MAM) has today issued a statement saying the current practice of “free for all” boarding on commercial flights with random swabbing on arrival is insufficient and presents significant risks as positive individuals not only can board the aircraft without a test, but may spread the virus to other passengers at airports and especially on board the aircraft.   The current practice of “board now – check later” presents very significant risk to public health and tourism once the number of flights increases, the association said.   Prior swab […]