Aviation

February 19, 2015

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Air Malta to open second route to Algeria

Air Malta, Malta’s National Airline, has announced that it is planning to open up a new route to Oran, Algeria’s second largest city. The flight is expected to operate every Monday and Thursday from the 20th of July until the 31st of August.

Commenting on these new services Joseph Galea, Deputy chief commercial officer said,

“This is more good news both for Malta and for Algeria. We started flying to Algeria’s capital, Algiers, in June 2013 and we are now looking forward to starting operations to Oran following the positive response we received. The city...

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February 2, 2015

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Dozens of flights canceled due to bad weather

Bad weather and strong winds that hit different parts of the country paralyzed air traffic and canceled many flights, for fear of planes crashes, as many planes were forced to return to Houari Boumediene airport.


Mohamed Boudiaf Airport in Constantine (eastern Algeria), noticed a hysterical situation after a plane's deflection from the area due to strong winds which uprooted a part of the plane's wing, which was scheduled to take off"...

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