Flights to Malta
Flights to Malta from the UK
Which Malta airport do flights land in?
International flights land at Malta International Airport, situated three miles (5km) southeast of Valletta.
Are there direct flights between the UK and Malta?
There are regular direct flights to Malta from several airports in the UK.
How long is the flight from the UK to Malta?
The flight from London to Malta takes just over three hours.
What is the time difference between the UK and Malta?
Malta is one hour ahead of London time.
Which airlines fly to Malta from the UK?
Direct flights to Malta are available from UK cities including London, Bournemouth, Liverpool, Manchester and Edinburgh, among others, with flights offered by airlines including Thomas Cook Airlines, Thomson Airways, Air Malta, British Airways, easyJet and Ryanair.
Flights to Malta from the USA
Are there direct flights between the US and Malta?
There are no direct flights between the US and Malta but a number of airlines offer indirect flights.
How long is the flight from the US to Malta?
A direct flight from New York to Malta would take 11 hours; connecting flights take longer.
What is the time difference between the US and Malta?
Malta is six hours ahead of New York time.
Which airlines fly to Malta from the US?
Indirect flights between Malta and the US are offered by airlines including Thomas Cook Airlines, Lufthansa, Swiss, British Airways, Aeroflot, Air France, KLM, Iberia, United, Turkish Airlines and Delta.
Airports in Malta
The airport is situated three miles (5km) southwest of the capital, Valletta.