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Freebird Airlines establishes its European arm in Malta

“Malta’s aviation register—the 9H—is continuously gaining momentum. We are seeing a continuous increase in the aircraft being registered in Malta, with the latest development...

Malta’s Aviation Industry gears up to fight climate change

Malta’s aviation industry plans to grow  without further increasing emissions  from the year 2020 (carbon neutral growth), to contribute to the global fight against climate change....

IANs Related to Airworthiness Certification

Description: IANs Related to Airworthiness Certification

Skypeople from the UK sets up shop in Malta

Transport Malta has just approved Flypeople Limited, a subsidiary of the renowned Skypeople, as an organisation entitled to provide the attestation of initial cabin...

Bus 20+

All those who reach the age of between 14 and 20 years during the year 2019 can benefit from free public transport for the...

Notice to Mariners issued in 2019

Description: Notice to Mariners issued in 2019

Christmas 2018

Sometimes our driving, or the driving of others brings out the worst in us.  Christmas time, on the other hand is primed to bring...

Continued progress in aviation training in Malta

Yesterday, Transport Malta has licensed Freebird Airlines Europe as an Approved Training Organisation, the first international company in Malta licenced exclusively for aviation training. ...

National Cycling Strategy and Action Plan

Public Consultation This National Cycling Strategy including a National Cycling Action plan is intended to promote and support cycling in Malta as a sustainable...

Transport Malta auctions autographed Brazil Football kit for charity

Transport Malta will express its support for the Simon Blue Light Foundation by auctioning an autographed Brazil football kit. During this year’s edition of...

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