The secrets behind Malta's blossoming aviation sector

Tom Batchelor speaks to key players from the blossoming Maltese civil aviation scene to discover some of the secrets behind its recent success.

Despite being a relatively small nation in the Mediterranean, Malta has long been associated with global transportation. Initially, these were lifeline sea-based links to ensure steady access to international markets for its people and products. The country’s shipping register growth over the last five decades has made Malta one of the major maritime players, and replicating this within the aviation sector seemed to many like a natural step to follow.

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