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€78 million investment at Malta International Airport

It is expansion time at Malta International Airport. After turning higher profits last year and registering its 45th consecutive month of passenger growth, CEO Alan Borg speaks about a €78 million investment, which the airport is using for expansion on customer service care and security.

Mr Borg says €28 million will be spent on improving the terminal building. The first phase, costing around €9 million, will start in October 2016 and will see the security area being transferred upstairs.

He says, "Having a hospitality background, I want the company to view passengers as guests. This move, which will take 18 months to complete, will lead to six more check-in desks in the departures area, the security area will also be bigger, allowing for an increase in the screening machines to six from four and a queueing capacity double the current one.

The second phase of the terminal project will consist of the construction of a new building alongside the existing terminal (on the Costa Coffee side) that will add 14 more check-in desks and four more gates upstairs. It will also provide more space for retail outlets. “The second phase will significantly improve the airport experience and a detailed evaluation process of traffic forecasts will take place once the first phase is over,” he says.

Malta has a fantastic offering and there are still too many people in the world who have not yet experienced the country.

“Valletta is such a wonderful city and now with boutique hotels going up, it can up its game. But there are also many undiscovered areas, like the Three Cities. Malta can become a city-break destination between October and March, offering culture, heritage and hospitality.”

Malta International Airport will soon introduce a car pooling system for its employees. They will input their details into a database, including travelling times to and from work, and the system will automatically pair individuals with similar travel needs. The employees will then receive a notification informing them of fellow workers who live in their vicinity and who have similar work schedules.

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