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Flights Glasgow to Malta

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Last minute flights to Malta

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Departure Sat, 27 Apr Return Sat, 04 May
EDI Edinburgh
MLA Malta
return from £53
Departure Tue, 21 May Return Sat, 25 May
EDI Edinburgh
MLA Malta
return from £69
Departure Mon, 13 May Return Mon, 20 May
GLA Glasgow
MLA Malta
return from £150
Departure Thu, 23 May Return Sun, 02 Jun
GLA Glasgow
MLA Malta
return from £423
Route information
A break in Malta reveals a rich history, sandy beaches and quaint villages and towns.
( Glasgow airports
  • ? Turnhouse (EDI)
    How far from city centre: 35 miles
  • ? Glasgow Scotland (GLA)
    How far from city centre: 1 miles
  • ? Prestwick (PIK)
    How far from city centre: 29 miles
) Malta airports
  • ? Luqa (MLA)
    How far from city centre: 3 miles
L Distance: 1637 miles

Travelling to and from the airports

Flights from Glasgow

Glasgow is an inspiring city with a mix of interesting cultural and historical attractions, elegant architecture, a contemporary art scene and vibrant nightlife. Direct flights to Malta from Scotland can leave from Glasgow Airport, which is one of the busiest airports in Europe, connecting Scotland to around 110 European and international destinations. There are two terminals connected by a covered walkway. Terminal 1 deals with the bulk of the airport's arrivals and departures, while Terminal 2 is a hub for low-cost airlines. The airport has numerous on-site facilities, with cafes and shops on every level and parking and a drop-off zone close to the terminals.

Travel to Glasgow airport

If you take a flight from Scotland to Malta, you may leave from Glasgow Airport, conveniently situated about six miles from the city centre. The airport is close to the M8 motorway and there are parking facilities and a drop-off zone close to the departure building. You can also arrive by taking the Glasgow Airport Express 500 bus, which runs from Glasgow Queen Street and Glasgow Central train stations to the airport in about 15-20 minutes. Bus services 77, 757 or 915 also run via stops in the city centre. If you are coming by train, the airport is linked to Paisley Gilmour Street station by the 757 bus (about a mile from the airport).

Arriving in Malta

Malta is a captivating collection of three islands, Malta, Gozo and Comino. Each island has its own attractions. Malta's pretty capital, Valletta, is charming with its baroque architecture, bustling shops and cafes and St John's Co-Cathedral, which contains Carvaggio paintings, while the picture-perfect Spinola Bay offers a laid-back atmosphere, seafront restaurants and sweeping harbour views. Nearby St. Julian's has the best nightlife. On the quieter island of Gozo, be enticed by the traditional and tranquil pace of life and take photos of the Azure Window, a natural limestone arch that rises up from the turquoise sea. On the island of Comino, swim in the sparkling Blue Lagoon, the island's biggest draw.

Travelling to the city centre

Arrivals from Glasgow to Malta International Airport will find that there are a number of ways to continue the onward journey. The most flexible way to travel is by car and you can hire one from agencies located in the arrivals hall. The village of Marsaxlokk is about ten minutes away and Valletta about 15 minutes away. There are four express bus lines that serve the airport and stop at different localities across Malta. X1 towards Cirkewwa, X2 towards San Giljan, X3 to Bugibba and X4 terminating in Valletta. Shuttle services can be booked through Malta Transfers, offering fixed price transfers between the airport and Malta or Gozo.

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