Malta International Airport will be carrying out major pavement surface rehabilitation works on Apron 8 and maintenance works on Taxiway Echo between November and March.
Konrad Mizzi said that certain aircraft’s scheduled maintenance was often taking longer than expected
Tourism shadow minister Robert Arrigo expressed solidarity with the affected passengers and said that Air Malta’s decision to lease an aircraft from Lithuania had been hasty and without logistic cordinatorn with the renter.
While it agreed that the national airline should grow, strengthen and create more employment, it also believed in good, professional planning for decisions not to leave a negative impact on Air Malta’s reputation.
Malta International Airport has been given the green light to proceed with planning a major development project.