Cabin Crew and Passengers were injured when an AirMalta B737-200, flying from LYS to MLA on Sunday, flew into a sudden jolt of turbulence. The incident happened around 45-60 minutes into the flight. Crew members and passengers were scalded by hot coffee and one crew member sustained injuries when hit by a trolley that was thrown around. It is unclear whether this was CAT or wake turbulence from another aircraft.
In January of 2000 another AirMalta B732 flying to FCO listed sharply to the right and lost altitude in an unexplained incident. The aircraft was grounded for inspection after warps were found on the fuselage and at least one wing.