Manta Air has reduced its operations in different locations across the country and has halted its operations to G.A. Koodhoo airport.
In a recent statement released by the local airline, they have announced that they have brought temporary changes to its flight schedules due to changes in the demand for its operations amid the spread of COVID-19 pandemic in the Maldives.
They further highlighted that demand for domestic travel has fallen significantly leading to the cancellation of many flights, thus they have decided to temporarily halt its operations to Koodhoo airport.
The airline reports that after careful consideration of the situation and given the foreseeable financial impact, all flights to Kooddoo (GKK) airport will be temporarily suspended effective from 29 March 2020 while flights to Dharavandhoo (DRV) and Dhaalu (DDD) airport will be reduced with immediate effect.
The latest information regarding the local airline’s operations will be available from their website.