Everything You Need to Know About Chevron Air Holidays

Brexit Holiday Guarantee

We appreciate that our clients may be worried about Brexit and what it means for holidays to Malta, but please rest assured that with Chevron you are in safe hands. 

Whatever happens, flights will still operate between the UK and Malta and our clients will always be valued by Maltese hoteliers.

Furthermore, booking a package holiday with a reputable UK travel company means that your holiday will be protected under the Package Travel Regulations.

Passports: your passport must have at least 6 months left and be less than 10 years old (even if it has 6 months or more left.)
Passport rules for travel to Europe - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

Visas: You can travel to countries in the Schengen area for up to 90 days in any 180-day period without a visa, meaning that, as of 01/01/2021, British passport holders can enjoy a visa-free period of 90 days over 6 months in Malta. If you intend to remain in Malta after this period, you may be required to apply for a visa. Entry requirements - Malta travel advice - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

However, if you intend to conduct work within the 90-day period, then you are to request a temporary license issued directly by Jobsplus in Malta. You can find more information by visiting their website Jobsplus (gov.mt) or by sending them an e-mail on jobsplus@gov.mt.

It is important to note, that each EU member state has its own requirements in terms of local employment, and so a license from Malta cannot be used outside the country. If you need a visa, you must book an appointment with VFS or email the High Commission on visa.london@gov.mt well ahead of your planned travel (visas take a minimum of 2 weeks to be processed).


At Maltese border control: you may need to use separate lanes from EU, EEA and Swiss citizens when queueing. Your passport may be stamped on entry and exit and you may also need to show a return or onward ticket and show you have enough money for your stay.

We recommend UK nationals travelling to the EU should have either:
• a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC)
• a UK Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC)
In addition to comprehensive insurance, an EHIC or GHIC is not a replacement for travel insurance.
Apply for a UK Global Health Insurance Card (GHIC) - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

Driving in the EU: Please refer to Driving in the EU - GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)

*Please check the government website for full rules of travel following Brexit: Government Information on Brexit
Chevron Holiday Brexit Guarantee
Feast of St. Dominic
01 Aug

Feast of St. Dominic

The Feast of St. Dominic is celebrated in the town of Vittoriosa in Malta
 Vittoriosa (Birgu), Malta
Feast of St. Peter in Chains
01 Aug

Feast of St. Peter in Chains

The Feast of St. Peter in Chains is celebrated in the town of Birżebbuġa in Malta.
 Birzebbuga, Malta
Feast of the Transfiguration of Our Lord
06 Aug

Feast of the Transfiguration of Our Lord

The Feast of the Transfiguration of Our Lord is celebrated in the town of Lija in Malta.
 Hal Lija, Malta
Feast of St. Gaetan
07 Aug

Feast of St. Gaetan

The feast of St.Cajetan usually falls on the second Sunday of August.
Feast of St. Lawrence
08 Aug

Feast of St. Lawrence

Saint Lawrence - San Lawrenz is the only Gozitian village to be named after its patron saint.
 San Lawrenz, Gozo
Feast of the Assumption of Our Lady
15 Aug

Feast of the Assumption of Our Lady

The traditional village feasts in Malta are spread out over the summer months with rarely a week going by without a celebration somewhere or other....
The Feast of Stella Maris
15 Aug

The Feast of Stella Maris

The Feast of Stella Maris will be celebrated in the town of Sliema in Malta.
 Sliema, Malta
Feast of Maria Regina
29 Aug

Feast of Maria Regina

The Feast of Queen Mary is celebrated in the town of Marsa in Malta.
 Marsa, Malta
Feast of Our St. Paul
29 Aug

Feast of Our St. Paul

The Feast of St. Paul is celebrated in the town of Safi in Malta.
 Hal Safi, Malta
Feast of St Bartholomew
29 Aug

Feast of St Bartholomew

The Feast of St. Bartholomew is celebrated in the town of Gharghur in Malta.
 Hal Gharghur, Malta
Feast of St. Julian
29 Aug

Feast of St. Julian

The Feast of St. Julian is celebrated in the town of St. Julian's in Malta.
 St. Julian’s, Malta
Feast of Our Lady of Loreto
05 Sep

Feast of Our Lady of Loreto

The Feast of Our Lady of Loreto is celebrated in the town of Ghajnsielem in Gozo.
 Ghajnsielem, Gozo
Feast of St. Catherine
05 Sep

Feast of St. Catherine

The Feast of St Catherine is celebrated every year in the first week of September and lasts the whole week. 
 Zurrieq, Malta
The Feast of St. Gregory
05 Sep

The Feast of St. Gregory

The Feast of St. Gregory will be celebrated in the town of Sliema in Malta.
 Sliema, Malta
Il Vitorja (Victory Day)
08 Sep

Il Vitorja (Victory Day)

This date commemorates the end of the Great Siege of 1565, the end of the French occupation of Malta in 1800 and co-incidentally enough the armisti...
 Malta & Gozo
Feast of our Lady of Graces
12 Sep

Feast of our Lady of Graces

The Maltese islands’ packed calendar of feasts reaches a peak in August and all but peters out by October. But it is the feast of Our Lady of...
 Zabbar
The Feast of Our Lady of the Nativity
12 Sep

The Feast of Our Lady of the Nativity

The Feast of Our Lady of the Nativity will be celebrated in the town of Mellieħa in Malta.
 Mellieħa, Malta
Feast of our Lady of Sorrows
15 Sep

Feast of our Lady of Sorrows

The Feast of Our Lady of Sorrows is celebrated in the town of St. Paul's Bay in Malta.
 St Pauls Bay, Malta
Independence Day
21 Sep

Independence Day

Malta gained its political Independence from Britain on the 21st September 1964. 
 Malta & Gozo
Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary
04 Oct

Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary

The Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary is celebrated in the village of Gudja in Malta.
 Gudja, Malta
Feast of our Lady of Consolation
31 Oct

Feast of our Lady of Consolation

The Feast of Our Lady of Consolation is celebrated in the town of Gudja in Malta. 
 Gudja, Malta
Feast of St.Martin
11 Nov

Feast of St.Martin

St Martin’s feast, celebrated in November is famous especially with children. 
 Bahrija, Malta
Christmas & New Year's In Malta & Gozo
01 DEC
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06 JAN

Christmas & New Year's In Malta & Gozo

Christmas is a highly celebrated festivity in Malta and Gozo, both for its religious significance a well as in its more social aspect. The season i...
 Malta & Gozo
Republic Day
13 Dec

Republic Day

On the 13th December 1974 the Maltese Constitution was amended and Malta became a Republic, having Sir Anthony Mamo as its first President.
 Malta & Gozo
New Year's Day
01 Jan

New Year's Day

The start of a brand new year is a day of celebration all around the world.
 Malta & Gozo
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K Burke
05 Feb 2021
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25 Jan 2021