On Sunday, 25 October 2020, Manta Air has recommended flights to Dhaalu Kudahuvadhoo Airport.
The domestic flight of the Maldives, known for its high-quality service provided to its travelers, is operating current scheduled flights using its ATR turboprop fleet. Currently, the scheduled route is to operate between Velana International Airport and the airline’s hub of Dhaalu Airport, located on the island of Kudahuvadhoo in Dhaalu atoll. Other scheduled operations are yet to resume.
Upon restarting its activities, Manta Air has adopted all health and safety measures necessary to conduct travel, due to the global pandemic.
The airlines have also resumed tourist flights since July, after borders reopened to welcome back tourists, using Twin Otter seaplanes. Along with international and domestic flights, Manta Air will also continue to provide chartered operations for both turboprop and Twin Otter aircraft.
Before the pandemic forced many businesses to cease operations, Manta Air utilised three ATR 72-600 aircraft to operate scheduled flights to Dhaalu Airport, located on the island of Kudahuvadhoo in Dhaalu atoll, Dharavandhoo Airport, located on the island of Dharavandhoo in Baa atoll, and Kooddoo Airport, located on the island of Kooddoo in Gaafu Alif atoll, from the main Velana International Airport.