Maldivian, the national carrier of the Maldives, has announced it will relaunch flights to Baa atoll Dharavandhoo from June 15.
The national airline confirmed it will schedule daily flights to Dharavandhoo beginning from June 15, with a special relaunch fare for the route.
Maldivian previously operated flights to Dharavandhoo but halted the route after Manta Air began its official flights to the island in 2019.
While Maldivian has announced resumption of flights to Dharavandhoo, the airline has acquired three new ATR aircraft and added them to its active fleet. Following the ATR acquisitions, the airline’s fleet has increased to 14.
Maldivian currently operates to 16 domestic destinations and has announced a 5 to 15 percent discount on advanced bookings.