Air India resumes flights to the Maldives

India-based airline Air India, on Tuesday, resumed flights to the Maldives, marking the first commercial passenger flights from India since the two countries went into lockdown amid the COVID-19 pandemic

Aug 26, 2020
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India-based airline Air India, on Tuesday, resumed flights to the Maldives, marking the first commercial passenger flights from India since the two countries went into lockdown amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

According to Air India's Maldivian travel agent 'Villa Travels', Air India will conduct a single weekly flight from Velana International Airport to Trivandrum every Tuesday.

Earlier in August, India announced that the Maldives will become one of the initial countries to join the Air Bubble established with India, the first Air Bubble in the South Asian Region.

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