Malta International Airport is Malta’s only airport, and it is used by international travelers, logistics companies, Maltese people and people on the Maltese islands. It is located on what used to be RAF Laqu. It is situated between Gudja and Laqa. The airport is fairly large and has all the things you would expect of an international airport, from first-class lounges to free Wi-Fi and charging points. It is the only international airport in Malta, and as a result, it is very well serviced and maintained. It even has corporate addresses on site, and first-class travelers may enjoy the many perks of the Lavalette club. Locals call the airport “Luqa Airport”, or they may refer to it as “Valletta Airport international”. There are four airport buses that will take you directly to the airport. There are also taxi services and a hotel shuttle service that runs throughout Gozo and Malta. The busiest route is the one from London to Malta, followed by routes from Italy and Frankfurt. If you are differently abled, then you will be happy to learn that the airport was upgraded in the 00s and is now more handy accessible.
Laqa airport sees around 3,000,000 per year, and the many travelers may enjoy the many shops, eating establishments and special offers that the airport has to offer. Most of the shops are for slightly more expensive goods such as mobile phones, jewelry, books, clothes and entertainment goods. There is also a duty-free shop too. There is a reasonably wide variety of eateries, from fast food such as Burger King to fine dining at the Talbot & Bons Artisanal bistro. In order to stimulate sales, the airport website promotes the many special offers that the stores and eateries have on offer.
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Some people enjoy the observation deck on the terminal’s third floor because it allows them to see planes landing and taking off. If you are traveling with older children, then a visit to the amusement room may help keep them entertained for a while. If people are meeting you there, then have them wait in the welcoming hall. There are shops in the welcoming hall so that your visitors will not become bored while they what wait for plane to touch down. There is also short-term parking for up to ten minutes, which is free, and there is long-term parking that costs around fifteen Euros per day on average. Getting to and from the airport can be tricky, especially during peak seasons when there are many other people vying for a taxi or a place on the local bus. Book in advance with Taxileader, and your taxi will be waiting for you when you arrive. Plus, when you book with Taxileader, you know your taxi fare in advance, plus you may book your taxi in your own currency, which will help you save on conversion fees. You may book your taxi via the website in your own language, and you will not have to queue for a taxi when you arrive.