Titan Airways Malta (Malta Int'l) launched commercial operations on August 23, 2021, deploying its first A321-200(P2F) out of Cologne/Bonn on behalf of the United Parcel Service (UPS).

9H-ZTB (msn 1238) operated its first flight to Rennes, Flightradar24 ADS-B data shows. The aircraft was transferred to the Maltese start-up from its British sister carrier, Titan Airways (ZT, London Stansted). It used to operate as G-DHJH under a long-term wet-lease contract with Amerijet International through August 6, 2021, and was subsequently ferried back to Malta Int'l for re-registration.

Titan Airways Malta is also supposed to add a second A321-200(P2F) transferred from Titan Airways, G-NIKO (msn 1250), once its wet-lease contract with Amerijet International concludes. A further two Airbus narrowbodies are scheduled for delivery in summer 2022 and will likely also be added to the Maltese AOC.

The Maltese unit also operates a single A321-200 transferred from its British sister firm, although it has remained in storage at Malta airport since its induction into the Maltese register. Titan Airways Malta obtained its Air Operator's Certificate (AOC) in late July 2021.