Maldivian has announced an increase in its flight operations to Hoarafushi Airport. Starting from April, the national airline will enhance its schedule to include four flights per week to this northernmost airport in the country.
The additional flights are scheduled for Sundays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, expanding the airline’s current service which operates three times a week on Sundays, Wednesdays, and Fridays. This increase in frequency is a response to growing demand and reflects the airline’s commitment to providing better connectivity and more flexible travel options to its passengers.
Hoarafushi Airport, known for its strategic location, also introduced night flights in April last year, a move that has increased its accessibility and convenience for travellers. The introduction of night flights was a significant development for the airport, catering to the needs of passengers seeking more flexible travel timings.
The airline’s decision to increase flights to Hoarafushi is part of its broader strategy to enhance air connectivity across the nation, supporting the growth of tourism and business travel. This expansion is expected to have a positive impact on the region, facilitating easier access for both domestic and international travellers and contributing to the economic development of the area.
In a collaboration to further enhance customer experience, Maldivian has exclusively partnered with JA Manafaru for Domestic Air Transfer. This partnership is set to provide seamless travel experiences for guests heading to the prestigious JA Manafaru, one of the Maldives’ most exquisite destinations.