MTA

July 23, 2021

Malta Tourism Authority Signs Agreement with VeriFLY

    Added: 23 July, 2021 On Friday 23rd July, 2021, the Malta Tourism Authority has signed an agreement with Verifly aimed at offering a hassle-free solution for tourists from the USA, travelling to Malta. VeriFLY’s privacy-centric design ensures the user’s data is secured and only used for the purpose and period of time required to satisfy travel requirements. Moreover, VeriFLY users will maintain strict controls over how, when and with whom their information is shared.   As to what regards passengers traveling to Malta, these will have the opportunity to verify their wellness and provide other documentation, as required […]
September 23, 2021

Malta Tourism Authority Receives the ‘Charme’ Award

  Earlier this week, the Malta Tourism Authority through the Italian Office participated in the Festival del Turismo Esperienziale held in Florence, which is dedicated to the trade industry. During this edition, MTA won the ‘Charme’ award during a contest dedicated to short movies created by the various exhibitors – a contest which saw the participation of more than 20 exhibitors.   For this contest, the MTA participated with a documentary entitled ‘Taste Malta with a Maltese’, which was created for the e-learning website Destination Malta Academy, which also holds courses for travel agents. The video offers a first-hand account […]
October 7, 2021

Forbes International Star Award Launched

    Added:  7 October, 2021   Malta will be the first country in the world to participate in the Forbes International Star Award. This is a programme intended to certify restaurants and hotels with a view to training and rewarding the hospitality sector for the tourist product that is offended to the public.   These details were announced at a press conference by Minister for Tourism and Consumer Protection Clayton Bartolo, in the presence of Deputy Chairman of the Malta Tourism Authority Carlo Micallef and the CEO of the Malta Restaurants and Hoteliers’ Association Andrew Agius Muscat.   Minister […]
October 11, 2021

A Step in the Right Direction for Malta’s Tourism Industry

  Excellent Results for Malta International Airport in September 2021 Added:  11 October, 2021   Malta Tourism Authority welcomes the great news that the Malta International Airport welcomed a total of 418,473 passengers in September, which also marked the first time, since 1999, that September outpaced August in terms of passenger traffic, and the strongest month, in terms of passenger volumes, since the COVID-19 pandemic started.   Seat-occupancy levels also remained below pre-pandemic levels, as airlines carried passengers to and from the airport at an average seat load factor of just over 70%.   “The recent news published by the […]