Malta: Small Island, Big Ideas

Flag carrier Air Malta has completed its restructuring, but is still looking for a major investor.

CAN SMALLER-CAPACITY regional airliners be the solution to Malta’s connectivity challenges, and to balance out schedules affected by seasonal peaks and troughs? ‘Regional Connectivity and Second-Tier Operators’ was the main theme of the sixth edition of the BOV Aviation Outlook, held at Bank of Valletta’s head office in Santa Venera on May 8. It featured the most influential players in the Maltese aviation industry. The conference was hosted by Bank of Valletta CEO Mario Mallia and Minister for Transport and Infrastructure, Joe Mizzi was also present.

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