Effective on 10 September 2020, the National Airline Maldivian is resuming weekly flights between India and Maldives. Weekly flights are scheduled every Thursday and Saturday with return fare starting from USD325.
The airline ensures passenger safety while flying with them through rigorous health and safety protocols. It has implemented temperature screening, enhanced cleaning, and disinfection of all aircraft after each flight and other measures while keeping the safety of its passengers at top priority.
The new scheduled Maldivian flights make it the 5th weekly flight between Maldives and India. Currently Air India and Indigo operate 3 weekly flights, since the beginning of the air travel bubble between the two countries last month. This is the first Air Bubble established in South Asia and it includes a safe corridor for flights 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.
Starting from 24th August, Air India operates only one flight from Thiruvananthapuram. Indigo resumed operation on 3rd September onward, with two weekly flights between Kochi-Male-Kochi on every Thursdays and Sundays. India is one of the key international tourist markets to the Maldives and an increase in the number of flights between the Maldives and India will increase the tourist arrival to the Maldives.
For details & queries contact the Maldivian Holidays team via email [email protected] or 3335544
We are resuming our flights back to Trivandrum effective 10th September 2020. Return fare starts from $325/-— Maldivian (@MaldivianAero) September 3, 2020
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