Trans Maldivian Airways Celebrates the Underwater World of Maldives

PUBLISHED August 15, 2021 | updated August 15, 2021 01:17

Trans Maldivian Airways (TMA) has unveiled an aircraft with a new special livery to celebrate the underwater world of Maldives. The event held on August 11, 2021, at TMA Seaplane Base was graced by the Honorable Minister of Tourism, Dr. Abdulla Mausoom, who was joined by the Managing Director of Maldives Marketing and Public Relations Corporation Mr Thoyyib Mohamed, the Chief Operating Officer and Managing Director of Maldives Airports Company Ltd, Mr. Gordon Andrew Stewart, along with the senior management of Trans Maldivian Airways and other major stakeholders. 

With the launch of this new livery, Trans Maldivian Airways hopes to showcase the beauty and importance of marine life, and raise awareness and promote sustainable continuity of biodiversity and the world’s oceans at the same time. Trans Maldivian Airways recognizes the importance and is passionately involved in projects that promote continuity in the seas, oceans and marine life. Most notably, TMA also actively supports Olive Ridley Project’s Marine Turtle Rescue Centre by helping them transport rescued turtles. 

Trans Maldivian Airways recently revealed that the airline has rebounded back to 85% of its pre-COVID capacity. Trans Maldivian Airways holds exclusive transfer partnership roles with over 80 resorts in the Maldives and currently conducts daily seaplane operations to these resorts.   


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