Malta international airport

Those intending to fly via Malta International Airport should take note that as from Thursday morning, the usual entryway to the airport campus will be replaced by an alternative entrance.

The airport warned travellers on its social media platforms that the existing entrance, found as one is driving towards the Kirkop tunnels will be replaced by an alternative one located slight further up the road.

The airport also encouraged pedestrians to follow signage leading to the terminal, as this indicates the only safe access point inside.

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