Maldivian to Launch New Domestic Service Connecting Seenu and Huvadhoo Atoll

PUBLISHED April 09, 2024 | updated April 09, 2024 00:27

Maldivian, the national carrier of the Maldives, will launch a new domestic service under the South Connectivity Initiative, connecting Gan International Airport (GAN) in Seenu atoll and Kooddoo Airport (GKK) in Huvadhoo atoll twice weekly, from October 29, 2024.

South Connectivity is an initiative led by the Government of Maldives, in collaboration with Maldivian, Addu International Airport, Ministry of Transport & Civil Aviation, Maldives Marketing & Public Relations Corporation and the Ministry of Tourism, to deliver enhanced tourism connectivity and commercial links, supporting the development of the Southern Zone.

This initiative underscores Maldivian’s commitment to enhancing connectivity for both locals and tourists in the Maldives, marking a pivotal advancement in fostering a resilient tourism ecosystem that serves the interests of visitors and the local communities alike. The service between GAN and GKK facilitates a direct connection for arriving tourists to Gan International Airport via Sri Lankan Airlines, giving access to over 2,100 resort and guest house beds in Gaaf Alifu and Gaaf Dhaalu atoll. The new route will further support import/export trade for local businesses in the Southern Zone.

Ticket bookings for the service will be available from April 4, 2024, from Maldivian’s sales channels including the official website, mobile application, ticketing office and via sales agents, allowing travelers to plan and secure their journeys well in advance.

For more information and to book your flights on this route, please visit the official website at  


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