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Malta's tourism rebounds but flag carrier faces dual threat of Ryanair

The Republic of Malta is one of Europe’s smallest but most densely populated countries. Strategically situated between Italy and Libya/Tunisia the country is well connected to Europe and North Africa with all flights using Malta International Airport (MIA), previously Luqa Airport, in the west of the island 20 minutes from the capital and chief commercial centre Valetta.

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