Author: mhramalta

MHRA, “Clear heads and a balanced approach will ensure best results on COVID-19”

The Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association (MHRA) notes with satisfaction that since the airport opened, gradual tourism influx together with the Government vouchers scheme and the continuation of salary subsidies started to give hope for economic recovery and survival of businesses and employment related to the travel, hospitality and tourism sector. For a number of […]

MHRA BOV Deloitte Webinar – Reigniting Tourism

At the Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association (MHRA) webinar entitled ‘Reigniting Tourism’, Minister for Tourism and Consumer Protection Julia Farrugia Portelli said that during the COVID-19 pandemic the Ministry and all stakeholders worked tirelessly together as much as possible to mitigate the disruptions experienced by the tourism sector. The Minister referred to ongoing innovative marketing […]

MHRA – this is the moment of truth for AirMalta

The Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association (MHRA) refers to the unfortunate situation which is once again being dominated by disagreements between management and the pilots at Airmalta. In such difficult times for our economy, in particular for the tourism sector, MHRA appeals that all parties at AirMalta must align their efforts and energies towards one […]

MHRA welcomes decision to reignite the economy

The Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association (MHRA) welcomes the announcement by Prime Minister Robert Abela that restrictions on all flight destinations will be lifted on July 15, and that the public health emergency declared at the height of the COVID-19 pandemic will also be lifted in the coming hours. During the later part of May […]

Government stimulus package – well thought out and major boost for the Tourism Industry: MHRA

The Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association (MHRA) which, since the arrival of COVID-19 in Malta, has been meeting with government continuously welcomes the financial and business development support announced today by government. MHRA President Tony Zahra noted that, “the economic regeneration plan demonstrates that the Government has the right feel of the economic and social […]

MHRA : Tourism will remain a Winner

The Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association (MHRA) refers to the article “Virus impact on tourism ‘could cost economy €3bn’” published today by The Times of Malta. MHRA states that the measures to mitigate the economic crises caused by the COVID-19 global pandemic announced this week by the Maltese Government in agreement with MHRA and social […]