Air travel has always been a remarkable experience, taking passengers to new destinations and connecting people across the globe. Yet, one aspect that often leaves travelers wanting more is the in-flight dining.
Tourism is a major component and contributor of the Gozitan economy. It is a sector which not only injects overseas funds in the economy, but due to its high multipliers also creates other job opportunities.
Added: 30 October, 2021 Travelling with pets on board Air Malta flights just got easier with the release of a new online function on airmalta.com that enables travel bookings for cats and dogs. Travelling with pets has become increasingly popular with Air Malta carrying over 2,500 pets every year, 2,000 of which are carried in the cabin. The new online feature is one of the latest online ancillary products and services launched by Air Malta that are aimed to deliver an enhanced customer experience. The new function is available as part of the flight booking […]
Added: 9 August, 2021 Source: Hospitality Insights Investor confidence in the hospitality sector has continued its rise on the back of a gradual improvement in the global economic outlook. With the Delta variant causing concerns across much of the world, Covid-19 remains very much a fixture of the conversation but that hasn’t curbed levels of optimism. According to the Hospitality Insights Investor Sentiment Assessment for the second quarter of 2021 in partnership with ABP Invest, the proportion of investors who are “strongly positive” on the hospitality sector for the following 12 months has increased by more than […]
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 […]
Added: 11 July, 2021 Reaction of the Malta Hotels & Restaurants Association (MHRA) MHRA recognizes the spirit of new measure, but better notice was expected. The Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association (MHRA) consistently reiterates the need for a balanced approach towards safeguarding public health and keeping the economy operational. Prudence must be exercised on all fronts, all the times. MHRA has been working closely with the decision makers namely the health and the tourism authorities to ensure that hotels and restaurants can reactivate their operations in a sustainable and safe manner during this summer […]
Most of the tourism industry agrees with what Tony Zahra, president of the Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association (MHRA), said during a webinar organised by Horeca Magazine: offer free flights to the islands in a bid to attract tourists.