1 July 2022
Date: Friday, 1st July 2022
Ref: 022-2022 EN
Air Malta Transfers Six Amsterdam Flights to Rotterdam Airport
Due to the current situation affecting ground service capabilities in Amsterdam Schiphol Airport, Air Malta has been compelled to transfer six flights scheduled to operate between Malta and Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS), to instead operate to Rotterdam Airport (RTM). Rotterdam Airport is the closest airport to Amsterdam (other than Schiphol).
The requirement to cancel flights and reduce seat capacity at Amsterdam during the month of July has been enforced on all airlines by the Netherlands Slot Coordinator. The decision to operate to Rotterdam Airport instead, was taken to reduce passenger inconvenience and disruptions as much as possible.
The affected Air Malta flights are KM386/387 operating on Mondays and Wednesdays afternoon from the 11 to 27th July.
Air Malta customers who booked directly with the airline to travel to/from Amsterdam on the 11th, 13th, 18th, 20th, 25th and 27th July are currently being notified by Air Malta of this change by means of an email. Customers who booked through travel agents or tour operators are kindly asked to contact their travel agent for further details.
The replacement Rotterdam services will operate as follows:
Air Malta apologises for these disruptions caused by circumstances beyond its control, and which have been forced onto airlines operating from Amsterdam Schiphol Airport.