Maldivian to restart flight operations to Cochin

Maldivian flight parked at Velana International Airport apron. Photo: Maldivian

Cochin, India — The National Carrier of Maldives, Maldivian announced that they will be restarting the flight operations between Maldives and Cochin.

Maldivian informed via a tweet that they will begin their flight operations from February 1, 2021 onwards and have scheduled to travel to the Indian city three times a week. The airline noted that they will be offering their passengers 30kg of baggage allowance.

A ticket from the Velana Interntaional Airport in Male’ city to Cochin is priced at INR 5,050 (approximately MVR 1,084) per person per flight.

Maldivian informed to contact 3335544 or any Maldivian office for bookings. For more details, interested parties are requested to visit the website of Maldivian.

Maldivian first began its flight operation to Cochin in October 28, 2019. The flight operations had come to a halt when the Covid-19 pandemic hit in 2020.

Cochin/Kochi is located on the coast of Kerala state in southwest India and is known as the commercial and IT hub of Kerela. India is a popular destination among the Maldivians, mainly for medical tourism.