Fly Club Class London to Malta from £230pp*
Friday 09 May 2014
Only three hours away from the UK and situated in the middle of the Mediterranean Sea, Malta is ideal for families, couples and anyone seeking the sun this summer. Discover the islands' beautiful coastline, historic UNESCO World Heritage sites and friendly people.
•Gatwick to Malta from £230pp*
•Heathrow to Malta from £265pp*
Fly Club Class with Air Malta and enjoy fast track check-in, free access to the airport lounge and an unoccupied middle seat, plus a host of other benefits to ensure your flight is comfortable and stress-free. Visit airmalta.com/cluboffer for more information.
Club Class Conditions include:
•200% Mileage Accrual
•Two piece hand baggage total 15Kg
•Free Checked Bag 30Kg
•Free advance seat selection
•Fare and admin - fee non-refundable
•Flight change from 32 GBP + fare difference
•Unoccupied middle seat
•Special in-flight menu
•In-flight open bar
•Free access to airport lounge
•Fast track check-in
•Priority baggage handling
Terms and conditions: *The seats on the indicated fares are limited and subject to availability, rates are one-way and inclusive of taxes and charges. See Air Malta’s Terms and Conditions here. Promoter: Air Malta
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