Luqa International Airport
Luqa Airport (called Lua) Malta is not the first airport but the only airport in 2016. For many years, joints / innovations have been made and lastly renewed on March 25, 1992 never changed after that day.
There are a total of about 30 airlines flying to Luqa out of the Mal Malta. There are low-cost companies such as Ryanair, Easyjet and Wizzair, and there are air tickets selling more expensive tickets such as Emirates and Thomas Cook.
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After you arrive at the airport, you will be coming to the airport by bus or parking. Those who come here for the first time usually say “What kind of European country is this place” But Malta Airport is one of my favorite airports with a non-mix building. There are no long check-in queues, you do not expect more than 15 minutes of suitcases, the transport is easy, shopping and eating options are reasonable. What more do you want?:)
The first person you will meet after entering the non-schengen door is of course the custodian. Show the passport with the Schengen visa in it and start to wait. They can ask you questions such as “Why did you come?”, “Where will you stay?”, “When will you be done?” Answer and continue to take the lap on the strap to the downstairs.
Is it over? Unfortunately no. After receiving your luggage you will pass more than one door. If they think of a suspicious sight while you are passing this cape, they may ask you to open your suitcase.
Malta airport is 11 miles from St Julians 9 km from Valletta. You can take the bus ticket from the automatons and you can easily reach the buses where you will go But if you are coming for the first time, I suggest you make a reservation for a transfer car or taxi in advance Because collective casualty has been problematic for the last 3 years.. By the way, Malta is the only mass-transported bus. There are no options like tram, train or subway.
If you want to know more about transfer or taxi, you can contact me with comments.