Federated Association of Travel and Tourism Agents

The Association

FATTA is a registered non-profit employers’ association set-up to promote, service and represent the interests of the Travel & Tourism Industry.

Our Goal

The major role of FATTA is to keep a close and constant watch on developments in the field of travel and tourism in general, giving advice to Government on legislative, commercial and related matters and intervening in the interest of its members and the nation whenever necessary.

Aims & Objectives

The principal objectives for which the Association is established is to act on behalf of members, groups of members or all members, on their request, in the regulation of relations between employers and employees as an employers’ association.


FATTA is registered as a full member of ECTAA – The European Travel Agents’ and Tour Operators’ Association, as well as a full member of the Malta Chamber.

Inbound Directorate

Comprising of Inbound Tourism Operators, Destination Management Companies (DMC), Excursion Operators and Destination Wedding Planners

Outbound Directorate

Comprising of Outbound Tour Operators and Outbound Travel Agents

‘It is a headache’: Staff shortages continue to pile pressure on Malta’s tourism industry

Tourism was put on standby during the COVID-19 pandemic, as airports were forced to close and airlines had to cancel most of their flights. As a result, a number of players in the tourism industry had to lay off workers to minimise costs, which has created massive staff shortages after a rapid rise in demand…

Travel agencies see last-minute rush to book holidays abroad – FATTA President

Holiday bookings have surged as people finally feel relaxed enough to go on a long-awaited summer holiday abroad, travel agencies report. “We are seeing a sudden spike in demand with many making late bookings as they plan their holiday within a few weeks,” said Iain Tonna, president of the Federated Association of Travel and Tourism…