Malta

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Latest revision: February 8, 2019

 

Basic information:

Entry:  Malta is a part of the Schengen area. Flights within Schengen can land at any airport without the need to clear customs/immigration controls. Arrivals/Departures to/from any other countries need to proceed via international airports and clear the customs/immigration.
FPL: A flight plan is required for all flights within Maltese airspace. An FPL must be filed at least 60 minutes prior to the flight. 
Microlights: For authorization to entry you can write to: ;  

 

Useful links: 

Airport www.maltairport.com - Luqa airport website
ATC www.maltats.com
AIP   - 
Meteo www.maltairport.com/weather
CAA www.transport.gov.mt..
Other links www.islandmicrolightclub.com - Microlight association of Malta
www.transport.gov.mt – Microlight licence validation request form
aim@maltats.com or fax +356 2235 5532  - Flight plan 

 

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Malta flying experience:

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Disclaimer:
While we do our utmost to ensure that all the information on our website is correct and accurate, we cannot take responsibility for any irregularities, deviations or changes that are not correctly shown on our website or are not shown in a timely manner. The only authoritative source of information is the AIP and other legal/regulatory documents of each country. The regulatory information shown on our webiste is therefore just for your guidance. For your comments or suggestions please write to . Thank you! 

 

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