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Malta International Airport (Maltese: Ajruport Internazzjonali ta' Malta) is the only airport in Malta. It is located on island of Malta, between Luqa and Gudja, and occupies the location of the former RAF Luqa. It was completely re-furbished, becoming fully operational on 25 March 1992. It is still referred to by locals as Luqa Airport, and sometimes as Valletta Airport internationally, as it is located 5 km (3.1 mi) southwest of the Maltese capital Valletta. The airport serves as the main hub for Air Malta and a base for Ryanair. Please click on the red SUBSCRIBE button to get notified of brand new videos from ben sedin! Or click here to automatically subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCv7cT07EexSQnFLqk45B0fQ?sub_confirmation=1
Date: Oct 2nd 2015 Location: Malta International Airport (MLA) Runway: 13-31 Thank you for watching my video of this nice Maltese Airport. My apologies for the annoying window reflections and al the shaking in the video. I hope you still enjoyed my video. ;-) Please feel free to rate/comment and Subscribe! Please subscribe for more Aviation videos. It would sure help me a lot to make more and better videos. I will upload new videos every week. I shoot videos of planes @ airports/airshows in Holland, other European countries and the rest of the World. I'm homebased @ Amsterdam Schiphol Airport. I also make Flightvideos, both departing as landing, but also complete flights. I have the following playlists: Aviation, Airports, Airshows, Flights and Schiphol Airport. I own all the vi...
This is the landing of an Easyjet flight at Malta International Airport at the start of a nine holiday. Malta is a beautiful and historical country/island in the Med and is well worth visiting. This is our 5th visit and we will return. The Maltese are one of the most friendly people you can ever meet abroad. They are extremely civilised. They not only speak perfect English...they also drive on the left!!. Take a tour of the island or hire a car and investigate all the historical sites. The Mosta Dome is an absolute must!. The view over Valleta Harbour is one the most spectacular you will ever see. A trip around the harbour on one the many tourist boats will bring you a history lesson spanning 2,000 years. You will be amazed at the thickness and height of the defensive Bastions. See the bu...
*Watch in 1080p!* Today's video is from Bristol Airport where I caught this Maltese beauty arriving & departing mid-morning from/to Luqa. Reg: 9H-AEQ c/n;3068 Date Filmed: 27th October 2015. On a cold October morning, I headed to one of my local airports for a full day of spotting. The day started at 0630am as I caught the train to Temple Meads, then got the bus from the station to the airport. I then walked for about an hour from the terminal to this spotting place, it took a lot longer than I thought it would, but I was spotting by 0900 so it wasn't all bad! It was my first trip up to Bristol since April 2015. One of the more exciting visitors was this Air Malta A320, 9H-AEQ was built and delivered to Air Malta in 2007. Arriving just before 11am, the aircraft touches down on runway 09 ...
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malta Picking up rental car and driving from the airport to Floriana, just outside Valletta. Going commando without gps and first ever driving a right hand side vehicle music: Ten Walls: "Walking With Elephants"
Get a closer look into the lives of the people who walk through the doors of the airport on a daily basis and find out what its really like to be an Airport employee
The Francisco Sá Carneiro Airport serving Porto and the surrounding region handled a record 10.8 million passengers in 2017. Larger operators at the airport include TAP Portugal and Ryanair. Long-haul routes include São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro, Luanda, Newark, Toronto and Montréal. The airport won the ACI ASQ (http://www.aci.aero/Customer-Experience-ASQ/ASQ-Awards/Current-Winners/Best-Airport-By-Region/Europe) award as the second best airport (tied with Moscow Sheremetyevo and Malta airports) in Europe. This does not come as a surprise as the airport gave a very good impression of space usage and user-friendliness in general, architecture, staff service-mindedness and overall efficiency.
2014 marked the 100 year anniversary of commercial aviation. To commemorate this milestone, Malta International Airport set up a baby grand piano in its Departures area. Throughout the year various musicians and singers were invited to perform on the piano and entertain passengers waiting at the gates. Malta International has also had numerous impromptu performances by passengers, some of which were luckily caught on camera. On two occasions the airport even saw a passenger joining in with his saxophone or a choir of voices accompanying the pianist. Malta International Airport notes that it is proud to have witnessed some great talent and brought people together through their love of music and travel whilst at the airport. Passengers can look forward to seeing (and hearing!) more this year...
Malta International Airport is the only airport to serve the inhabited Maltese islands of Malta, Gozo and Comino. It was voted the world's most scenic airport approach in 2016 according to PrivateFly's annual Scenic Airports poll. See Top 10 and full results: http://www.privatefly.com/airport-poll/PrivateflyAirportpollResults2016.html
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On the morning of April 15th Thomas Cook flight MT2718 departed Manchester bound for Las Vegas. Around 20-30 minutes into the flight and just off the east coast of Ireland the Airbus A330-200 turned back and headed back to Manchester. The aircraft held for around 15-20 minutes over the Irish sea dumping fuel. As they left their hold they declared an emergency and squawked 7700. The 17 year old aircraft then descended and approached into Manchester. Fire crews were out and waited for the arrival of the aircraft. Just after 11am the a330 touched down at Manchester, where it taxied off runway 23R and came to a stop on the taxiway. Here fire crews inspected the aircraft, shortly after the A330-200 spooled up and taxied to a remote stand. There is no confirmation as to the cause of the emergen...