Air Malta A320. Courtesy, Air Malta/Gina Galena The European Commission has given the Maltese government the go-ahead to provide €130 million ($162.3 million) in state aid for restructuring national carrier Air Malta (KM). Following what it describes as “an in-depth investigation,” the Commission concluded that “the restructuring plan adequately addresses the financial problems of Air Malta,” and the government’s financial intervention was ...

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