Manta Air restarts scheduled flights to Kudahuvadhoo

Manta Air flight on Velana International Airport apron | Photo: Manta Air

Male’, Maldives – Manta Air has announced the restart of its scheduled flights from Velana International Airport to Dhaalu atoll Kudahuvadhoo island.

Manta Air told that they would be operating four flights per week to the island.

The airline had temporarily suspended it’s fixed scheduled ATR services to Dhaalu Airport and Dharavandhoo Airport from 01 April 2020 until the Covid-19 situation in the Maldives improved. However, the airline continued daily flights using their Seaplanes to maintain regular domestic transfer connectivity in these atolls and also for emergency flights during the pandemic.

Manta Air had restarted its seaplane operations after the borders opened on July 15 with enhanced safety standards. The airline had informed their customers to contact their hotline number +960 7994405 for reservations and more information.

The airline, which only started flying its first domestic services in February 2019, has been popular among the travellers between Male’ – Baa atoll Dharavandhoo and Dhaalu atoll. Manta Air flies three new ATR 72-600s and also operates Havilland Canada Series 300 Twin Otter seaplanes.