GO and Air Malta agree new long-term partnership
GO and Air Malta have signed a new multi-year partnership agreement through which GO will be providing the national airline with all communications services. Crucially, the communications solution provided by GO to Air Malta not only delivers a high degree of performance, but is also extremely resilient.
Attila Keszeg, chief executive officer at GO plc said: “As Malta’s national communications services provider, GO has always been committed to providing the infrastructure needed for our country to continue thriving. This commitment manifests itself not only in our ongoing significant investments in national and international connectivity, but also in supporting key stakeholders and enablers of the Maltese economy, such as Air Malta, to operate efficiently and to deliver an excellent level of service to their customers.”
Charles Mangion, chairman at Air Malta, said: “Air Malta’s communications requirements are highly complex and require a very high degree of resilience. Through the collaborative approach adopted by GO, coupled with their unique expertise and capabilities, we have been able to develop a complete solution that meets Air Malta’s needs. Our mutual commitment to Malta’s connectivity and future success will ensure that this partnership between Air Malta and GO will continue to develop in the interest of both organisations.”
Air Malta chairman Dr Charles Mangion (fifth from left) and GO CEO Attila Keszeg (seventh from left) together with the team that negotiated the new agreement, including Air Malta acting CEO Joseph Galea (fourth from left) and chief officer GO Business Christian Sammut (right)