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Gulf Air to resume services to the Maldives

Posted 11 August 2021 · Add Comment

Gulf Air will increase its direct flights to the Maldives capital, Male, to be daily starting from August 15, 2021.

 

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The route has been very popular in the recent months due to the relaxed rules and regulations for passengers to enter the Maldives which led passengers from Bahrain, the GCC and Europe to prefer the destination to many other Indian Ocean choices.

 

Gulf Air’s acting chief executive officer Captain Waleed AlAlawi commented: “The decision to increase our flights to Male is a classic example of demand and supply. We witnessed a growing demand for travel to the Maldives, being a year-round destination and one that’s open for tourism. Going daily with our flights is a fantastic feature for passengers to be able to depart or return on any day of the week depending on their calendars.”

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