The world’s largest seaplane operator, Trans Maldivian Airways (TMA) resumes its services after ceasing all operations due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Trans Maldivian Airways has navigated the Maldivian skies for over 30 years, connecting visitors and their dream island home, serving as the backbone of tourism infrastructure in the Maldives.
The video announcement by the company said.”To have to pause such an operation was not easy. However, we have weathered the storm, and the sun is shining again now. We are more than ready to resume our service, and offer you a dream flight in paradise.”
The airways welcome travelers to experience its unique and scenic seaplane journey with an enhanced level of flight safety and superior hygiene. It has also implemented stringent measures to eliminate any risk of infection, keeping visitors, and staff health as a top priority.
The newly implemented measures include temperature checks before and after travel, complimentary travel hygiene kit before boarding, and staff members wearing. masks and gloves while practicing social distancing. Furthermore, all vehicles including cars, buses, and passenger planes are disinfected and seats are marked for passengers to seat far from each other.
TMA reassures that all preparations have been made to provide an excellent service and a safe environment for the guests and staff.