The main entrance to Malta’s Airport is set to be closed as of next Monday due to road works taking place in the airport ring road.
In a statement, the Malta International Airport is informing the public of the roadworks that will be carried out on the airport ring road in the next few days. These works will be executed in two phases.
The first phase of the project will commence on 13th November, necessitating the closure of the tunnel on Il-Karwija Road, which generally serves as the main entryway to Malta International Airport.
During this first phase, Malta International Airport will only be accessible through Vjal l-Avjazzjoni. Drivers travelling from Ħal Luqa towards the airport are advised to stay on the outer lane of the road leading to Ħal Far, as seen in the image below.
Upon reaching the temporary traffic lights, which will be in place while these works are ongoing, drivers must turn to the right to enter the Malta International Airport ring road.
During the first phase, the airport’s main car park will not be accessible through the main entryway.
Alternative access routes are marked on the map below with a green dotted line.
Meanwhile, the airport exit will not be affected during the first phase.
“Malta International Airport would like to apologise for any inconvenience caused by these temporary arrangements,” it concluded.
Updates on the status of this project will be communicated through the airport’s Facebook page and website.
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