India’s low-cost carrier IndiGo becomes the first airline to arrive in the Maldives after the Maldives-India air travel bubble agreement.
The airline has previously announced, starting from 3rd September, it has scheduled two weekly flights between Kochi-Male-Kochi with all the precautionary measures to ensure the safe and hassle-free travel experience for the passengers.
William Boulter, Chief Commercial Officer, IndiGo said, “We are pleased to resume connections between India and Maldives, starting with two weekly flights between Male and Kochi under Air Bubble. Male will be connected to various domestic destinations in India from Kochi, while providing a safe and hassle-free flying experience onboard a lean, clean flying machine. India is one of the key markets for inbound tourism for the Maldives, while it receives a huge share of its medical tourists from the Maldives. These flights will promote trade tourism and mobility, giving a boost to economic recovery in both countries.”
The Air Travel Bubble agreement was established between Maldives and India earlier in August. It was the first Air Bubble established in South Asia. The agreement arrange flights in a safe corridor provided by the local authorities where the tourists can travel straight to their respective resorts from the airport without any hassle, in absence of quarantine restrictions.
For more information contact IndiGo’s local office at [email protected] or hotline numbers +960 7918627 or +960 7289485.