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Universal Air unveils expanded summer schedule with four new routes

Malta-based airline Universal Air has recently announced its summer flight schedule, which includes the launch of four new routes. The airline’s expansion aims to enhance connectivity across Europe and offer travelers more destinations to choose from.  

“Introducing new routes is more than just adding destinations; it’s about connecting cultures, facilitating business opportunities, and fostering relationships that transcend borders,” Universal Air’s CEO, Simon Cook commented.  

The new routes include flights from Malta to Cagliari in Sardinia, Perugia in Northern Italy, Nice in France, and Prague in Czechia. These additions complement Universal Air’s existing routes to Athens and Corfu in Greece, Ibiza in the Balearic Islands, Palermo in Sicily, and Pécs in Hungary. 

The summer flight schedule, operating from May to October 2024, will offer multiple weekly flights. Three times a week, flights will depart from Malta to Corfu and Palermo, and twice weekly to Nice, Athens, Ibiza and Perugia. Additionally, weekly flights will be available from Malta to Cagliari and Prague and between Prague and Cagliari. 

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