Published on : Thursday, December 7, 2017
There will be 11 frequencies in a week and the services will take off on June 15 next year , the new early morning arrival is designed to maximize time in resort.
There will be two-class A320 aircraft on the route providing 16 seats in business class and 120 in economy that the expansion from the daily operations will see.
Etihad Airways chief executive Peter Baumgartner said mentioned that the flights frequency has been increased to cater to the growing demand on the route and provide the guests with more choice of flights so that they can have the best time in Maldives.
There has been more than 550,000 passengers flown to and from the Maldives after the launch of the route in November 2011.