Regulated by the
Malta Travel and Tourism
Dr Ivan Sammut
Ms Laura Cunningham
The Tourism Appeals Board is appointed by the Prime Minister, and is regulated by the Malta Travel and Tourism Services Act (Ch. 409 of the Laws of Malta), and by S.L. 409.07. It has jurisdiction to hear and determine all appeals made by any person aggrieved by any decision of the Malta Tourism Authority not to grant or renew, or to revoke, or to suspend a licence; or to impose conditions, limitations or exclusions therein or therefor; and to hear and determine all appeals made by any person aggrieved by any decision of the aforementioned Authority on any matter concerning the classification or reclassification of tourism operations and the enforcement of control.
Required Documents Upon Submission of Appeal:
Letter of Appeal
Proof of Payment of Fees
True copy of the Identity Card of the Appellant or Company Registration Certificate
Notice / Decision issued by MTA
Method of Payment:
Fees shall be made payable to the TOURISM APPEALS BOARD via bank transfer to the below bank account.
Appeals (containing all relevant documentation) should be delivered to the Secretary of the Board, within 15 days from receipt of the Malta Tourism Authority’s decision.