Flights to Malta

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Summary info about Malta flight prices, duration and airlines

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Fastest flight time

3h 05m

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2 airlines
The best one-way flight price to Malta from United Kingdom in the last 72 hours is £25 (Birmingham to Luqa Malta Intl).
The best round-trip flight price to Malta from United Kingdom in the last 72 hours is £51 (London Luton to Luqa Malta Intl).
The fastest flight to Malta from United Kingdom takes 3h 05m (London Gatwick to Luqa Malta Intl).
There are 2 airlines operating flights to Malta, including Ryanair and easyJet.

Malta flights insights and trends

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What is the cheapest flight to Malta?

The best prices found on momondo for flights to Malta are:
£19 per person with Ryanair
£25 per person with Wizz Air
£36 per person with Air Malta
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How long is the flight from United Kingdom to Malta?

On average, it takes 3h 10m to fly from United Kingdom to Malta if you fly out of London Heathrow (the most popular airport in United Kingdom) and into Luqa Malta Intl (the most popular airport in Malta). If you’re flying out of Manchester and into Luqa Malta Intl, then the flight time is around 3h 25m.

Which airlines fly to Malta?

There are 13 airlines that fly to Malta on a routine basis, but Air Malta, Ryanair and easyJet happen to be the most popular among our users. In the past year, 44% of those who searched for flights to Malta looked to travel with Air Malta, making this airline the top choice among momondo travellers.

Cheapest flights to cities in Malta

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Useful information for your flight to Malta

Get up-to-date answers for some of the most frequently asked questions regarding flying to Malta

What popular landmarks are in Malta?

What is the best airport to land at to visit Il-Bajja ta' San Gorg?

Flying into Luqa Airport is typically the best way to visit Il-Bajja ta' San Gorg, since it is the closest airport to the area.

What is the most popular airport in Malta to fly to?

How much are flights to Malta?

The cost to fly to Malta varies based on a variety of factors, but you can expect to find prices as low as £7 or as high as £1,019. Based on recent airfare data, we’ve found that a ticket to Malta for £132 or less is a good deal, whereas £172 is the average cost.

What is the best day of the week to fly to Malta?

The best day to take a flight to Malta is on Tuesday, followed by Wednesday. Tuesday and Wednesday tend to have the lowest flight prices to Malta. If your travel dates are flexible, then try to avoid booking on a Thursday, which is known for being the most expensive day of the week to fly to Malta.

When did momondo last update prices for flights to Malta?

Prices for flights to Malta are updated daily.

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How old do you have to be to fly to Malta?

The minimum age a child must be to fly alone is five but airlines that offer an unaccompanied minor (UNMR) service will have their own age restrictions, including rules around flight length, timings, and stopovers. We always recommend checking with the individual airline you are booking with to travel to Malta.

What documentation or ID do you need to fly to Malta?

The travel and health documents you'll need for your trip to Malta may differ based on your itinerary and personal situation. Typically, you should have several documents on hand, such as a national ID card or driver's license and a passport that is valid for six months after your intended arrival at Malta. It is always advisable to seek advice from your airline or a trusted third party, such as IATA.

Recent flights found to popular cities in Malta

Find flights to these popular cities in Malta from your nearest airport.

Cheapest flight routes to Malta

These routes have the cheapest flights to Malta found by momondo users in United Kingdom
DepartingDestinationBest TimeBest Price
LondonLuqa3h 15m£51
ManchesterLuqa3h 25m£59
BournemouthLuqa3h 10m£72
BirminghamLuqa3h 15m£73
LiverpoolLuqa3h 25m£76
EdinburghLuqa3h 45m£104
NottinghamLuqa3h 15m£115
BelfastLuqa3h 49m£119
GlasgowLuqa6h 40m£134
BristolLuqa3h 10m£157
AberdeenLuqa8h 55m£191
LeedsLuqa3h 35m£205
NewquayLuqa16h 45m£222
Newcastle upon TyneLuqa3h 40m£224
CardiffLuqa20h 40m£313
DoncasterLuqa25h 50m£316

Best things to do and see in Malta

What popular events take place in Malta?

If you want to experience one of Europe’s most unique cultures, look for flights to Malta. The island has a very strong local culture, including its own language, and has also absorbed cultural influences from a variety of other Mediterranean lands down the centuries. The tourist highlight of the year is the annual Carnival in Malta, taking place in February. It’s centred around the capital of Valetta, and you can expect pumping music, parades of floats, and a sea of colours. It’s even more excitingly frenetic at night in Paceville, the nightclub centre of the country. Malta is a country that loves a feast, taking every opportunity to commemorate an event with one. Hence, you’ll find the Feast of St. Paul’s Shipwreck in February, complete with marching bands, colourful shredded paper showers, fireworks, and lots of great food. There’s also the Malta International Fireworks Festival in April, where maestros of the art gather to show off their creations. The Malta Jazz Festival is held in July on the waterfront, alongside Valetta’s Grand Harbour, and later in the month, the huge public square of Floriana Granaries plays host to the Isle of MTV music festival.

Is Malta known for specific food/cuisine?

Foodies looking for new culinary experiences can step right up for Malta flight deals, as the country has always placed great emphasis on food. Many of the most popular dishes are specific to the island, so prepare to explore something new. Open sandwiches called ħobża biż-żejt are available everywhere. They’re made from a traditional Maltese bread spread with a local sweet tomato paste known as kunserva, and typically topped with tuna, tomato, and olive oil. There are also dozens of other topping variations. Pastizzi are delicious pea and savoury ricotta cheese cakes made with filo pastry. These are sold in most cafés, bars, and supermarkets. The national dish of Malta is stuffat-tal-Fenek, a hearty, slow-cooked rabbit stew that is as old as the country itself, brought there by the Knights of St. John. The most popular hors d’oeuvres in Malta is bigilla, a versatile bean paste eaten as a dip or spread on bread. The most traditional of all rural Maltese foods, however, is lampuki pie. Using family recipes handed down over many generations, this is a thick-crusted pie made with lampuki fish. Lastly, you can’t visit Malta without tasting one of its other most loved dishes, stuffat tal-Qarnita, an octopus stew.

What can you see and do in Malta?

Malta is a relatively small island just to the south of Sicily, with a strong fishing heritage that’s reflected in many of its main tourist attractions. You’ll find plenty of quaint or old fishing villages and small ports all along its coast. The grand capital of Valetta was once the exclusive domain of the Knights of Malta, originally European nobles who were granted the islands in the early 1500s by the King of Spain. Its most celebrated architectural feature is the Grandmaster’s Palace, and you should also see St. John’s Co-Cathedral and the fortifications at Marsamxett Harbour and Grand Harbour. Malta comprises more than just the main island, and you can take boats or ferry trips to the others with ease. The island of Gozo has one of Malta’s most significant archaeological sites in the Ggantija Temples, which have been dated to roughly 3500 BCE. To get there, catch a ferry from the town of Cirkewwa on the main island. Another of the country’s top attractions is the Medieval town of Mdina, perched on a high hilltop. It’s a UNESCO World Heritage site, with lavish and well-preserved neo-Classical and Baroque architecture.

What passport or visa requirements are there when visiting Malta?

Malta is a part of the Schengen area, which means that British nationals don’t need a visa to visit the country. You can stay for up to 90 days visa-free, accumulated over any consecutive 180-day period, allowing you to re-enter the country virtually at will until you reach the 90-day limit.

Useful information for finding Malta flight deals

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    You can take advantage of momondo’s Price Alerts by first searching for your flights to Malta. Flight offers will be shown to you in real-time. From there you can create a Price Alert by using our on-site widget.

  • How can I save money on flights to Malta with momondo?

    With “Price Forecast”, learn how soon you should book your flight in advance. Down to the day of week and time of day, our information can inform you on the ideal time to book to save on your travel. Our “Price Calendar” shows you at a quick glance when to book your travel for lower rates. By setting “Price Alerts” you can monitor changes in price and target the ideal time to book. Search for your trip destination by budget amount via our “Explore” feature. Whether you’re looking for ideas for your next travel adventure or cost-cutting tips, our “Discover” content is a great place to start.

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    We aggregate our prices from over 700+ competitors from airlines to OTAs. We operate in over 30 markets worldwide to show you a wide range of travel options.

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Why should I use momondo to find a flight deal to Malta?

We help find the flight that best suits your needs; momondo compares prices from hundreds of airlines and travel agents and helps you filter them to find the best flight for you.

Can I find flights to Malta with flexible booking policies on momondo?

All flight searches to Malta on momondo can be filtered to show those which offer flexible booking policies.

How can momondo help me find flights to Malta?

momondo helps you find the best flight to Malta by providing filters to narrow your choice of flights to those matching your criteria. You can select fights based on numerous factors such as price, departure and landing times, airport and airline.

I’m not ready to book a flight to Malta right now. Can momondo alert me if prices change?

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