Favourite airline: Air Malta
Most travellers looking for flights on the route from London to Malta decide to book with Air Malta.
Air Malta
11 %
Ryanair
5 %
British Airways
5 %
Tip: book 5 months before departure
The best time to buy tickets is 5 months before the flight. Pay only £66.00.
145 days before departure
Cheapest weekday: Friday
Flight prices fluctuate during the week. Flights are cheapest on   Friday by 35 %.
Direct flights are cheaper
On this route, direct flights are £19.00 cheaper than flights with a stopover.
non stop flight
1 stop
2 stops
03h 10min
07h 20min
10h 05min
£59
£78
£164
The favourite connection is non-stop
32 % of travellers decide to book a direct flight on this route.
Route
bookings
Direct flights
03h 10min, from £59
32 %
1 stopover Barcelona El Prat
08h 25min, from £125
13 %
1 stopover Frankfurt-Main
05h 25min, from £144
11 %
Return from £59.00
Flights on this route with a departure on 04/10/19 and return flight on 17/10/19 currently cost £59.00.

£59
Cheap
£59
Expensive
£354

A sunny summer island paradise

A relaxed, sun-soaked Mediterranean island with great food, beaches and thousands of years of history, Malta is the ideal place to catch some rays and recharge your batteries.

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When is the best time to visit Malta?

Because of the warm climate, Malta is a genuine year-round destination, although the winter months can see more storms and cloudy days. Expect searing hot temperatures in high summer (around July and August), but Malta's major tourist season lasts from April through to October. Experience some local culture by visiting during Catholic festivities at Easter or Christmas or attend the Mnarja (harvest festival) at the end of June. You can also find local village festivals throughout the year.

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Things to know before you head to Malta

Firstly, Malta is made up of a number of islands. Malta itself is by far the largest and busiest. Then there is sleepy Gozo and Comino - the smallest and most unspoilt, which is mostly a nature reserve. On the main island, be sure to visit the UNESCO Heritage listed capital, Valletta. During your stay, expect to encounter lower prices than most of Europe for food and travel. In Malta, a restaurant meal will set you back around EUR 10.

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Transportation and accommodation information for visitors

For those flying into Malta, the main airport is only about 5 km (3 miles) from Valletta. There are all day (and night) bus services to the capital. Look for buses beginning with the letter X for services into town. You can also take official white taxis from the airport, and expect to pay between EUR 10 and EUR 30 to get to destinations around the island. 

When getting around the island, bus tickets are bought from the driver and vary in price depending on the season - from around EUR 1.50 in winter to EUR 2 in summer for a 2 hour travel period. Night buses cost slightly more, at EUR 3 or so for the same time period. Visitors can also buy a weekly travel pass for EUR 21. Alternatively, you can take taxis (which average about EUR 15 per journey) or hire a car, which may well be the best way to see everything.

Accommodation costs are around EUR 15 per night (off-peak) for a hostel bed in shared rooms. A double room in a 3 star hotel will cost around EUR 70.

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