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Flights to Greece and flights to Malta

If you are looking for low-cost or regular plane tickets for flights to Malta or flights to Greece, this may be a good place to start. Flight-Delayed.co.uk helps travellers with information about flights and travel in general and also helps passengers who have suffered flight delays or cancellations. So where do you start looking for tickets and what should you take into account?

Flights to Greece and flights to Malta: basic information

Before you book a flight, you may want to know which airlines fly directly to these destinations, what the average weather is like, and which major airports you can choose from. 

Malta: The average temperature in Malta in July and August is 26 and 27 degrees Celsius, respectively. And with an average temperature of 13 degrees in January, even the winters are fair. Malta's airport is simply called 'Malta International Airport', but it is also often referred to as 'Luqa Airport' or 'Valletta Airport', for the nearest cities. The airport's so-called IATA code is 'MLA'.

Flights to Malta: airports from where you can fly directly to Malta International Airport (departure airport, duration of flight, airlines operating this route)

Belfast - 3h 40m - easyJet

Birmingham - 3h 20m - Ryanair

Bournemouth – 3h 15m - Ryanair

Bristol - 3h 20m - Ryanair

Dublin - 3h 50m - Ryanair

Edinburgh - 3h 55m - Ryanair

Glasgow – 3h 40m - Ryanair

Leeds – 3h 35m - Ryanair

Liverpool – 3h 35m - Ryanair

London – 3h 10m - Air Malta, Ryanair, easyJet

Manchester – 3h 22m - easyJet, Air Malta

Newcastle upon Tyne - 3h 35m - easyJet

Nottingham - 3h 10m - Monarch

Greece: The average temperature in Greece (Crete) in July and August is 26 degrees. Greece's main hub for holidaymakers is Heraklion International Airport, 'Nikos Kazantzakis'. The airport's IATA code is 'HER'. Of course, these and other airlines also operate low-cost flights to Greece's other major airports.

Flights to Greece (Heraklion International Airport): airports from where you can fly directly to Crete (departure airport, duration of flight, airlines operating this route)

Birmingham - 4h 5m - Monarch

Bristol - 4h 0m - easyJet

Glasgow - 4h 30m - Jet2

Leeds - 4h 12m - Jet2, Monarch

London - 3h 55m - easyJet, Monarch

Manchester - 4h 15m - easyJet, Jet2

Newcastle upon Tyne - 4h 15m - Jet2

Nottingham - 4h 15m - Jet2

Flights to Greece and flights to Malta: what to do if you experience a delay or cancellation

Delayed or cancelled flights to or from Malta or Greece always fall under EU Regulation 261/2004. If you're flying to or from the UK, the airline you fly with is irrelevant. So what does it mean for you that your flight falls under Regulation 261/2004? 

It means that you could be entitled to compensation of up to 500 pounds per passenger. The conditions are:

-Your flight was delayed or cancelled, or you were denied boarding.

-Your delay in arrival was 3 hours or more compared to your scheduled arrival.

-Your delay wasn't due to a strike, adverse weather, a bird strike, or a technical error that occurred mid-flight (after the aircraft went 'off blocks').

But if you are denied compensation from the operating airline, don't allow them to fob you off! Some airlines will try almost anything to evade their liability. Flight-Delayed can help you in your battle against the airline. The compensation amount can range from 250 euros (±200 GBP) up to 600 euros (± 500 GBP) per passenger, and this amount is irrespective of the price of your flight ticket. As long as you paid a full-price ticket, your flight falls under Regulation. For this reason infants often aren't entitled to compensation, because parents usually travel with their infant on their lap, or pay a reduced tariff for their young children.

Non-UK flights to Malta or non-UK flight to Greece: if you flew to Malta or Greece from a non-EU country, you would only be entitled to receive compensation if your flight was operated by an EU carrier. If you flew from Malta to another country, your flight will fall under Regulation regardless of where you travelled to or which carrier you travelled with. The claim calculator will help you determine this, and will give you free, non-committal advice.

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