Air Malta has concluded an interline cargo agreement with Global Aviation Services to utilise space on their weekly freighter operation from Ostend in Belgium to Misurata and Mitiga airports in Libya.
Through this agreement Air Malta will be providing cargo space on its direct flights from Malta to Amsterdam and Malta to Brussels and connecting with Global Aviation Services’ Libya bound flight over the weekend through these airports.
“We are very happy to have concluded this agreement through which we will be in a position to offer air freight services from Malta to Libya. Although we are currently not in a position to operate flights to the country we believe that as an airline we can assist and support both communities through such services”, commented Manuel Agius, Air Malta’s Chief Officer CargoSystems and Cabin Crew.
Wednesday, 29 April 2015