Maldivian Resumes Flights Between Hanimaadhoo and Trivandrum

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Maldivian, the national airline of the Maldives, announced yesterday that flights from Hanimaadhoo International Airport to Trivandrum, India will be available again; The operation of these flights had been temporarily suspended due to ongoing development work at Hanimaadhoo International Airport.

A ceremony was conducted to mark the recommencement of flights, attended by several senior officials from Regional Airports Company and Island Aviation Services Limited (IASL).

Under the renewed schedule, Maldivian will operate two flights per week between Hanimaadhoo and Trivandrum, with services scheduled for Fridays and Mondays.

This move comes as part of Maldivian’s commitment to enhancing connectivity and accessibility for residents in the northern atolls, while also aiming to stimulate economic development in the region.

Ibrahim Ilyas, the Managing Director of Maldivian, emphasised that the decision to resume flights was driven by the desire to offer greater convenience to passengers and to support the economic growth of the northern atolls. This initiative is expected to facilitate increased tourism and trade activities between the Maldives and India.

Passengers wishing to book flights between Hanimaadhoo and Trivandrum can now do so through various channels provided by IASL. These include online bookings through the airline’s website and mobile application, as well as through ticketing offices.

The resumption of flights between Hanimaadhoo and Trivandrum represents a significant milestone in air connectivity for the Maldives, opening up new opportunities for travel and economic development in the northern region.

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