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The only airport in Malta, Malta International Airport (MLA) serves the entire Maltese archipelago, which consists of three islands just south of the island of Sicily. The island has a long and rich history and some of its temples are among the oldest in the world. This, combined with its gorgeous Mediterranean climate, makes it a popular spot with tourists. It is known particularly for its diving and beach vacations.

The airport serves 3 million passengers each year and is just 3.1 miles (5km) from the capital city Valletta. It's the main hub for Air Malta and serves as a small base for Ryanair. Many international airlines have flights to Malta International Airport from across Europe and beyond, especially in summer.

Although small, the airport is well-equipped – it won Best European Airport of the Year in 2010 in ACI's airport quality survey – so your stay at Malta International should be as pleasant and stress-free as your island vacation.

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