Alan Borg

On International Firefighters’ Day, Alan Borg, CEO of Malta International Airport, has praised the work and efforts of the airport’s Rescue and Fire-fighting team.

“I would like to thank all members of Malta International Airport plc Rescue & Fire-fighting team for consistently carrying out their duties with pride and dedication,” he wrote.

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Marking the occasion was the addition of two Rosenbauer Panther 6X6 fire trucks to the MIA’s fire-fighting fleet, enhancing its rescue and fire-fighting capabilities significantly.

This follows an announcement last year of the arrival of a Panther 8X8 rescue truck, which formed part of the MIA’s investment programme, totalling €3 million.

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