The service will operate five flights a week on a Boeing 737-400 aircraft, with a stopover in Marseilles on both outbound and inbound journeys. The flight arrives at Malta International Airport in the morning and departs in the evening, allowing for afternoon pick-up in Malta and next-day delivery throughout Europe. The new route to Malta follows the recent start by TNT of flights to Venice and Tel Aviv, in addition to road connections to Turkey and the Balkans. TNT operates road and air transportation networks in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, Asia-Pacific and the Americas.
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