Indian national carrier Air India has announced a new nonstop route connecting Mumbai with Malé, Maldives. The announcement comes after Maldives announced that it is now accepting travellers from India.
Various Indian airlines have scheduled flights to the Maldives as the country is reopening once again to tourists from South Asian countries including India.
Indian low-cost carrier SpiceJet has announced that it will launch 42 new domestic and international flights, scheduled to commence operations between 10th July and 30th July 2021.
The government of Maldives has announced that it will once again welcome travellers from India starting 15th July 2021.
Hilton has signed its 4th Maldives resort, marking the debut of Hilton’s flagship brand – Hilton Hotels and Resorts – in the Maldives.
Qatar Airways has announced that it will be increasing the frequency of flights to the Maldives.
Maldivian Airways has announced that it will launch flights between Mumbai and Maafaru.
Vistara yesterday inaugurated flight services from Mumbai to Malé becoming the 3rd Indian airline to offer nonstop flights between the two cities.
Lufthansa has announced several new leisure routes from Munich and Frankfurt for Summer 2021.
Vistara has announced flights between Mumbai and Male under air travel bubble agreement signed between Mumbai and Maldives.