Maldives becomes more accessible to travelers from around the world as Maldivian partners with Emirates, strengthening its position as the leading airline in Maldives.
Emirates customers can fly to airports in a selection of the popular atolls via Male’ including Dharavandhoo Island (DRV), Faresmathoda Airport (FMT), Funadhoo Airport (FND), Fuvahmulak Island Airport (FVM), Gan International Airport (GAN), Kooddoo Island (GKK), Hanimaadhoo Island Airport (HAQ), Kulhudhuffushi Airport (HDK), Hoarafushi Airport (HRF), Kaadedhdhoo Island Airport (KDM), Kahdhoo Island (KDO), Madivaru Airport (LMV), Maafaru International Airport (NMF), Maavarulu Airport (RUL), Thimarafushi Airport (TMF) and Ifuru (IFU).
Furthermore, customers spending their holidays at other resort islands can also enjoy the convenience of traveling to the closest point in the interline network and are within reach of their final destination with only a short ride, by seaplane or boat.
As the partnership between both airlines evolves, more benefits and convenience will be added to enhance the customer experience when traveling to the Maldives.
Emirate has supported the development and growth of tourism as well as trade in the Maldives for more than three and a half decades. The award-winning global airline commenced operations to Male’ in 1987 and now operates 28 flights a week between Dubai and the Maldives. WIth a choice of four flights per day to Male’, customers from across Emirates’ network of almost 140 points have the flexibility to choose flights and enjoy the convenience of minimum connection times.
Through its 29 codeshare, 11 intermodal and 117 interline partners, Emirates boasts a global footprint that ecompasses destinations far beyond its own network, offering increased connectivity and convenient options for travelers.
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