With Maldives reopening its borders, Manta Air has completed of its first post-lockdown tourist flights today (15th July). First flights with tourists commenced to Baa Atoll and Dhaalu Atoll resorts through Manta Seaplanes.
“We are excited to be restarting tourist flights once again and flying our passengers to their tropical destinations,” said Mohamed Khaleel, CEO of Manta Air. “Our promise to everyone is that we will keep on providing the same high level of service expected with an enjoyable hop across the blue while you enjoy the best of what the Manta has to offer.”
With tourist flights restarting, Manta Air has also enhanced their safety standards in accordance with the new normal of air travel, ensuring that all guests feel comfortable and travel with confidence. “Our top priority is to be committed to making your journey safe and hassle free,” a statement by the airlines read.
In addition to restarting tourist flights, Manta Air will still continue to support the on-demand charter requirements for both ATR and twin-otters should there be a specific requirement at any time during this period. The airline will also continue to operate seaplane service for locals, to maintain and continue domestic transfer connectivity in the atolls.
“We are excited again to make travel enjoyable and effortless to all travelling in the Maldives,” said Khaleel. “So let’s sit back and relax once again as we cruise you to your tropical destinations.”