Air Malta Goes Paperless

Air Malta has received authorisation from the Civil Aviation Directorate in Malta to become a “fully-digital” airline. The regional airline, which operates a fleet of A320/319 aircraft to 35 destinations across Europe and the Mediterranean, is one of the first airlines in Europe to make the shift to paperless operations. Air Malta has replaced its paper flight bags with Jeppesen’s FliteDeck Pro electronic flight bag app on iPads.

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