Trans Maldivian Airways reveals its promising expansion plans which will empower the travel industry framework in the Maldives and help the island country be the world’s leading Seaplane Operator.
TMA will enlist 4 twin otter airplanes by the third quarter of 2021. With this, TMA will have an armada of 60 twin otter airplane at its disposal – further reinforcing its reputation as the world’s biggest Seaplane Operator.
Trans Maldivian Airways likewise plans to additionally grow by setting up wheeled planes in the Maldives. TMA affirms the purpose to develop and expand by acquainting ATR airplanes with the current armada of twin-otters. The wheeled planes will enhance TMA’s stature and empower it to give a 24/7 service to respond to the growing demands of the tourism industry.
TMA will make Madivaru Airport as its main base and will keep the wheeled planes at the Madivaru hangar.
Trans Maldivian Airways has exceptionally served the country for more than 30 years and as of now, operates more than 150 flights per day, serving in excess of 80 resorts in the Maldives. Throughout the long term, TMA has assumed an essential part in guaranteeing that the travel needs of the tourism industry in Maldives and develops past the Male’ atoll. It keeps on filling the role as quite possibly the most imperative travel service provider in the country.
TMA is associated as a key contributor to the development of tourism industry in the Maldives and is a world-renowned operation.