Private Jet Flights to and from Malta

Malta comprises seven individual islands, making it a Mediterranean getaway with stunning weather, a warm sea, and perfect for relaxing. The history of Malta is long and winding, including Roman, Moors, French, and now British. You can find various fortresses, temples and the world-famous Saflieni Hypogeum (a complex of halls and burial chambers dating back 6,000 years.

Flying to Malta with Admiral Jet

Booking your private charter jet with Admiral Jet means that you can fly from your nearest airport to Malta. With the extra time you have, you can make sure that you pack everything you need for your trip.

Our booking process is simple, and we do all the leg work, so all you need to do is turn up 15 minutes before you’re due for take-off.

You’ll arrive in style at Malta International Airport was initially developed in the 1950s. By 1977, the airport had improved facilities and introduced a longer runway to service the entire Republic of Malta. Over the next couple of decades, new terminals were developed, and Malta opened its international doors in 1992.

Visit The Old Capital of Mdina

The ancient capital of Malta is Mdina, which iconically sits on the hill at the centre of the island. History buffs will love visiting this city, which is surrounded by a circle of fortifications. The medieval streets are covered in cobblestones, and the narrow winding of each road is peppered with cafes, bistros and restaurants.

Dive Beneath the Seas at The Hms Maori

Because of the warm Mediterranean climate, the seas around Malta are an alluring promise of crystal blue waters, home to artificial reefs, Second World War shipwrecks, and the perfect spot for beginners to get into snorkelling and diving.

The seafloor is just 14 metres below sea level, and it’s easy to explore famous wrecks like the iconic HMS Maori. If you’re staying on the luxury resort on Comino Island, then explore underwater caves, get diver certified, and explore the graceful aquatic wildlife such as the octopus and barracuda.

Go On a Day Trip to Gozo

The ‘Sister of Malta’, which is the island of Gozo, is a brisque 20-minutes ferry ride from the main island. The island is popular for day visitors who explore the rugged coastline and secluded beaches. You can also find the Citadella in Victoria, which was designed in both Byzantine and Roman-style architecture.

Top Tips for Travelling to Malta

The Maltese speak English

The official language of Malta is Maltese. However, you don’t need to worry about a language barrier as 76% of the population speak English.

Best Time to Visit

It can get scorching and crowded during July and August. To make the most of your stay, and have more freedom, visit during April, May, June, and September.

The Atmosphere Is (Very) Laid Back

The lifestyle in Malta is very laid-back. It’s fantastic and contagious when you’re looking to escape and relax. Just get used to waiting a little longer for your food.