Maldivian commences flights between Addu and four cities

A Maldivian aircraft: the airline has commenced flights between Gan International Airport and four cities with a short stopover in capital Male.

A Maldivian aircraft: the airline has commenced flights between Gan International Airport and four cities with a short stopover in capital Male.

The Maldives’ national carrier Maldivian has commenced ticket sales for flights to the cities of Trivandrum and Chennai in India, Bangladeshi capital Dhaka, and Thai capital Bangkok from Gan International Airport in Addu atoll.

Return fares for Maldivian flights from the southernmost atoll of the Maldives to the four cities are:

  • Trivandrum – USD 286 (MVT 4,410)
  • Chennai – USD 328 (MVR 5,057)
  • Dhaka – USD 545 (MVR 8,403)
  • Bangkok – USD 492 (MVR 7,586)

An official of Maldivian stated that the waiting period for these flights at capital Male en route from Gan would be very short.

“We carefully considered the ticket fares and waiting times for flights between Gan and Male while determining these fares [to the four cities]. The final fares are much cheaper than the costs of purchasing separate tickets [from Gan to Male, and Male to the cities].”

The official added that Maldivian commenced the new operations due to popular demand for direct flights between Addu and the four cities.

1 Comment on "Maldivian commences flights between Addu and four cities"

  1. So finally maldivian marketing department is improving,I m looking forward for colombo flights from Maldivian, but I hope it is airbus 321 or 330.it all depends on the maldivians customers who wish to travel in our national airline.Otherwise it will not work.Cos sri-lanka,emirates,and Korea have taken the market. Maldivian must improve the service of the airline,airport services and online booking. Must start expand services in india middle Europe south east Asia and North Asia in a different way of service. Maldivian still could be one of the best airlines in South Asia or in Asia. Come on lets bring the world and let take maldivians to different nations in order to build bridges between nations.

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