RYANAIR has 11 aircraft registered in Malta, transferred to Malta Air

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In June 2019, Ryanair Holdings has announced the takeover of Malta Air, a start up airline based in Malta.

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This investment in Malta Air will allow Ryanair to further grow its already significant presence in Malta (3 million customers a year) and to access non-EU markets, especially in North Africa, Malta.

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At the same time, RYANAIR will transfer under the Maltese AOC all operations from bases in France, Germany and Italy. Including airplanes will be registered in Malta.

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To date, 11 Boeng 737-800 RYANAIR aircraft have received new Maltese registrations, but are still operated by RYANAIR. According to Flightradar24, the planes are distributed as follows: Bordeaux (2), Marseille (2), Cologne / Bonn (5) and Karlsruhe / Baden-Baden (2).

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Malta Air will start operations in Malta in the winter season 2019-2020. It will take over the 6 RYANAIR aircraft based at Malta International Airport and continue to operate the RYANAIR routes.

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