Having established itself as a safe destination, with elaborate vaccination plans and a low number of Covid cases, Malta the newly added country to Abu Dhabi’s green list is a wonderful island destination home to dazzling crystalline beaches, impressive historical and cultural sights, UNESCO archaeological attractions, and a wide array of fun-packed activities.
Emirates will operate three weekly flights through the already existing Larnaca service on the two-class Boeing 777-300ER. The flights will be on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, and they will arrive in Larnaca first, then resume to Malta (MLA).
Based on Emirates’ guidelines, UAE travellers visiting Malta; who are over the age of five, are required to hold a negative COVID-19 test certificate for a test taken within 72 hours of arrival in Malta. Passengers must also present a completed Passenger Locator Form (PLF) and a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate at check-in to be accepted for travel to Malta.
Recently, Malta Tourism Authority (MTA) has cooperated with local hotels to launch the Incentives for Free Independent Travelers (FIT), where MTA will incentivise independent travellers visiting the Maltese Islands to book their holiday stays in five, four, and three star hotels directly through discounted rates.