Malta Public Transport

Airconditioning switched on


Air conditioning on public transport buses has been turned back on, following instructions from the authorities.

A series of measures have been taken to ensure maximum safety, including refitting the air conditioning systems with upgraded inflow particulate filters, which will continue to undergo regular cleaning.

Additionally, the air ducts of air conditioners on every bus are being specially fumigated every night at the end of each shift.

Circulating air on the bus is being changed a minimum of eight times per hour during regular operation for the safety of everyone on board.

Internal air filtering purifies re-circulating air while external systems provide fresh air intake. Windows and hatches are being kept closed throughout journeys to maintain the right functioning of air conditioning.

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