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Malta Institute of Accountants appoints new president

Fabio Axisa has been appointed as the new president of the Council of the Malta Institute of Accountants (MIA) for the term July 2019 - June 2020 during the 55th Annual Meeting of the MIA on July 11. Mr Axisa is taking the role over from William Spiteri Bailey.

Malta airport lowers greenhouse gas emissions by 12%

Malta International Airport (MIA) sees a drop of 12% in greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in 2018 — down to 0.92kg of CO2 per passenger — and a decrease of 11.6% in total water consumption.

MIA pax numbers grow further in April

Malta International Airport saw a growth of 4.8% in passenger traffic in April 2019, when compared to the same month of 2018, according to a press statement sent to Business Malta.

Volotea launches flights from Malta to Verona and Genoa

Italian airlines Volotea has launched direct flights to Verona and Genoa, which Malta International Airport (MIA) says will further strengthen its direct links to one of its top markets, according to a press statement MIA sent to Business Malta.

MIA’s Dufry adds new ‘Reserve and Collect’ service

Dufry — the duty-free shop — at Malta International Airport has launched the Reserve and Collect service, which allows prospective travellers to browse products through an online catalogue prior to their travel and pick them up when they arrive at the airport before take off.

April in Malta sees less sun and cooler temperatures

April’s weather in Malta comes cooler than the average, bringing more clouds and less sunshine as compared to earlier years.

Malta airport’s profits rise 25.6% to €30.3m in 2018

Net profit of Malta International Airport (MIA) reaches €30.3m in 2018, an increase of 25.6% over the preceding year. During the 27th Annual General Meeting today, shareholders approved a total net dividend of €0.12 per share.

AirHelp ranking disappoints Malta International Airport

MIA is disappointed with the score the hub received at AirHelp’s survey, ranking MIA among the worst airports, the operator tells Business Malta. MIA says that AirHelp score is heavily “on-time performance” biased, which factor is out of the airport’s reach.

AirHelp ranks Malta airport among ten worst hubs

The Malta International Airport (MIA) ranks among the ten worst airports in 2019 by AirHelp. Nevertheless, MIA recently listed among the best airports in 2019 by Skytrax and named the “Best Airport in Europe” in 2018 by ASQ, respective to its size.

Malta airport’s traffic grows by 10.5% in April

Malta International Airport’s (MIA) traffic posts a growth of 10.5% in April, as compared to the same month a year earlier, being the fastest growing month this year.

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