Emirates and Maldivian in interline partnership in Maldives

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Emirates and Maldivian announced a interline partnershipallowing customers of the Dubai company to access 16 domestic destinations in Maldivesserved by the Maldivian airline beyond Male.

The agreement follows the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the two airlines last year, aimed at exploring opportunities for mutual cooperation. This interline partnership gives Emirates customers more options when traveling to the Maldives archipelago, using the services and networks of both airlines on a single ticket while enhancing the customer experience throughout the journey. journey.

Dubai Airlines began operations to Male in 1987 and now operates 28 flights per week between Dubai and the Maldives, or four flights daily. Its customers can now avail Maldivian’s services to fly to popular holiday spots in the Maldives after an easy and seamless connection from Velana International Airport, North Male Atoll.

Emirates customers can fly to airports in a selection of popular atolls via Male, including Dharavandhoo Island (DRV), Faresmathoda Airport (FMT), Funadhoo Airport (FND), Fuvahmulak Island Airport (FVM), Gan Island International Airport (GAN), Kooddoo Island. (GKK), Hanimaadhoo Island Airport (HAQ), Kulhudhuffushi Airport (HDK), Hoarafushi Airport (HRF), Kaadedhdhoo Island Airport (KDM), Kadhdhoo Island (KDO), Madivaru Airport (LMV), Maafaru International Airport (NMF), Maavarulu Airport (RUL), Thimarafushi (TMF) and Ifuru (IFU).

Additionally, guests vacationing on other resort islands can also enjoy the convenience of traveling to the nearest point on the interline network and being close to their final destination with only a short ride, in seaplane or boat.

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