A330-300 Evelop: The aircraft was originally delivered to Iberworld carrying the registration EC-JHP way back in June 2005. The aircraft has flown for a variety of operators including Orbest and Air Europa before moving to Evelop Airlines in the first quarter of 2017. It is seen departing Malta after receiving attention at Lufthansa Technik Malta.
A350 Qatar: This Qatar Airways Airbus A350-941 A7-ALH made a technical stop on the island on 30th April 2021. The aircraft was delivered to the Doha based carrier in March 2016 and is now more than 5 years old.
A320 LATAM: This LATAM Airlines Airbus A320 registered as PR-MYN was seen at Malta International Airport on 30/04/21. The aircraft was flying with sistership PR-MYO during a quick fuel stop on delivery to Latin America.
L100 : This Tepper Aviation L100-30 arrived in Malta on the 27th of April and left the following day. It has been rumoured that the company has a close association with the CIA in the United States and was identified in a UN report as one of the companies used to deliver supplies to UNITA rebels in Angola during the late 80s and early 90s.
Dash 8 CM Global : This aircraft was recently acquired by Maltese registered company Air CM Global. The company has converted the aircraft into a combi-version after work done at Medavia Technics. The aircraft is available for charter and has changed registration from 9H-AEW to 9H-CTG
Boeing 734 : This former Emirates International Air Cargo Boeing 737-476(SF) is seen making a technical stop on the island before continuing to Keflavik in Iceland. The aircraft was heading to Portsmouth in New Hampshire thereon. The ferry flight was handled by the well-known company Jet Test & Transport LLC. Rumour has it the aircraft is destined for Aeronaves TSM of Mexico.