Dominica is an island country located in the eastern Caribbean Sea. It is the fourth smallest country in the world, after Vatican City, Monaco, and Nauru. Malta is an island country located in the central Mediterranean Sea. It is the smallest country in the EU, after Vatican City.
The two countries are about 825 kilometers (512 miles) apart, and it takes about 10 hours to fly from Malta to Dominica.
There are no direct flights between Malta and Dominica. However, there are several flights from Malta to other Caribbean countries, such as the UK, the US, and Canada, which then offer connecting flights to Dominica.
There are also several ferries between Malta and Sicily, which offer connecting flights to Dominica.
The official languages of Malta are Maltese and English. The official languages of Dominica are English and French.
Both countries use the Euro as their currency.