The Malta Independent 22 January 2022, Saturday

Malta MedAir makes its first flight

Saturday, 1 August 2020, 16:11 Last update: about 2 years ago

Operating an Airbus A320 with registration 9H-AEO, Malta MedAir made its first flight today MM02 to Chopin Airport in Warsaw.

In a Facebook post, Economy Minister Silvio Schembri said the flight departed from the Malta International Airport at 1420hrs and is expected to return at 2215hrs.

The crew of Malta MedAir’s first flight is all Maltese and will be flown by a male Captain assisted by a female First Officer.

The new Maltese airline established on 10 January 2018 and fully owned by the Maltese Government, will be operating a number of chartered flights to European destinations.

The airline has been preparing for its first flight by recruiting a number of pilots and cabin crew followed by additional training. The airline plans to continue recruitment of more crew over the coming weeks.

Malta MedAir has been operating since March 2018 on ACMI basis for Airmalta, however, as from today it is now starting to operate its flights with its own crew.

The company is currently in talks with prospective clients to operate a number of new chartered flights.

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