Air Malta flights de­layed again, this time be­cause of bird strike

Malta Independent - - NEWS -

Sev­eral Air Malta flights were de­layed yes­ter­day morn­ing af­ter one of the air­line’s air­craft suf­fered a bird strike.

The air­craft re­turned to Malta safely and en­gi­neers went to work on it to make sure it is safe for fly­ing.

This has how­ever af­fected sev­eral flights go­ing out of Malta and, con­se­quently, re­turn flights later on.

The flights are from Malta to Rome, Zurich, Mar­seille, Brussels and Palermo.

The air­line said it is work­ing hard to min­imise de­lays as much as pos­si­ble. Cus­tomers sched­uled to travel should visit Air Malta’s web­site for the lat­est up­dates.

Air Malta has also is­sued a new timetable for flights which were af­fected yes­ter­day.

On Wed­nes­day, two Air Malta flights were de­layed be­cause pi­lots and crew were caught up in a mas­sive traf­fic jam close to Luqa air­port.

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