As the Maldives reopen its economy, Maldivian Airline resumes its domestic travel starting from the first of July 2020.
The national airline has stated that it had begun operating flights on all domestic routes, including a new route from Kulhudhuffushi City to Addu City every Thursday, and vice versa on Saturdays. The flights will make 20-minute stops at Velana International Airport en route for refueling. Passengers will remain onboard the flight during the refueling.
Connecting north & south with direct flights! One way fare starting from MVR 1444/- *Conditions apply.— Maldivian (@MaldivianAero) June 30, 2020
Contact 3335544 or any of our office for details. Passengers may also visit https://t.co/RqClHLwEwS or use our mobile app to purchase tickets.#HDK #GAN#Maldivian pic.twitter.com/2KPHUR8myz
Maldivian Airline, advises all passengers to take precautionary measures in checking and verifying travel/health permits issued by HPA/Island council in connection with the pandemic, before and/or after ticket issuance.
The Airline has also issued guidelines for all the passengers traveling between the Greater Male region and islands. Under the new HPA guidelines, passengers are required to home quarantine themselves in the island after traveling from Male and are required to register in the “Haalu Belun” portal (haalubelun.hpa.gov.mv) before traveling.
We are resuming our scheduled domestic flights effective 1st July.— Maldivian (@MaldivianAero) June 30, 2020
Passengers are advised to follow the current guidelines required for travel to & from Greater Male' region.
See you on board & #SafeTravels to all! pic.twitter.com/4qcIsBhED6