Flights between Romania and Malta have been suspended since August 18, at 00:00.
Malta has entered Romania's yellow list and, as we expected, flights between Romania and Malta have been suspended since August 18, at 00:00. Officially updated as well NOTAM Romatsa, which regulates commercial flights.
Currently only Wizz Air operates direct flights Romania - Malta. There were 2 flights a week, on Thursdays and Sundays. These were resumed after July 20, when Malta lifted travel restrictions for Romania. Here that Romania now imposes restrictions for Malta.
At the same time, according to Romatsa's NOTAM, flights between Romania and Moldova, Qatar, Israel remain suspended. The current NOTAM is valid until a new update of the yellow list or until September 14, 2020.
Suspended flights to Malta, Moldova, Qatar and Israel
NOTAM ROMATSA: (A2777 / 20 NOTAMN Q) LRBB / QAFXX / IV / NBO / E / 000/999 / 4501N02531E999
A) LRBB B) 2008172100 C) 2009142059
E) COVID-19: FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS BASED ON THE DECISION OF STATE AUTHORITIES, ALL FLIGHTS OPERATED BY ECONOMIC AIR CARRIERS TO / FROM AIRPORTS LOCATED WITHIN ROMANIAN TERRITORY ARE SUSPENDED IF THEIR DESTINATION / DEPARTURE AIRPORTS ARE LOCATED WITH THE , ARUBA, BAHAMAS, BAHRAIN, BELIZE, BOLIVIA, BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA, BRAZIL, CAPE VERDE, CHILE, COLOMBIA, COSTA RICA,
ESWATINI, FAROE ISLAND, GUAM, TURKS AND CAICOS ISLANDS, IRAQ,
ISRAEL, KAZAKHSTAN, KOSOVO, KUWEIT, LUXEMBOURG, MALDIVES, MALTA, MOLDOVA, MONTENEGRO, PALESTINE, PANAMA, PERU, PUERTO RICO, QATAR, DOMINICAN REPUBLIC, SINT MAARTEN, USA, US VIRGIN ISLANDS, SOUTH AFRICA, SURINAM.
EXEMPTED FROM PREVOIUS PROVISIONS ARE FLIGHTS PERFORMED WITH
STATE AIRCRAFT, CARGO AND MAIL FLIGHTS, HUMANITARIAN OR MEDICAL EMERGENCY FLIGHTS, SAR FLIGHTS, EMERGENCY SITUATION INTERVENTION FLIGHTS WHEN REQUESTED BY A ROMANIAN PUBLIC AUTHORITY, FLIGHTS FOR TRANSPORTATION OF TECHNICAL INTERVENTION PERSONNED WHEN REQUESTED , FERRY FLIGHTS AND TECHNICAL FLIGHTS FOR AIRCRAFT MAINTENANCE.
PLS ALSO CONSULT WWW.INSP.GOV.RO (USE LOWER CASE) FOR UPDATED
LIST OF STATES.)