Flydubai announced today, Sunday, the resumption of its flights to Male, the capital of the Maldives, from October 27, as the airline was previously operating there between 2013 and 2018.
The return of this service comes with the growing demand for it, as this Indian Ocean destination began receiving tourists of all nationalities earlier this summer.
Flydubai operates its flights to Malé, four times a week, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Flight No. (FZ 1569) will depart from Terminal (3) at Dubai International Airport “DXB” at 10:35, and the return flight FZ 1570 from Ibrahim Nasir International Airport In the Maldives at 23:30 "local time", this brings the number of destinations operated by flydubai to 40 destinations across its network spanning Africa, Central Asia, Europe, the Indian subcontinent and the Middle East.
The CEO of Fly Debbergheth Al Ghaith said: “We continue to see signs of recovery as more countries start lifting restrictions imposed on international travel. We are working together in cooperation with our partners and workers in the travel industry to play a role in protecting travel in this new environment that enables more people to Travel with confidence, and we remain flexible in our operations. We are committed to gradually adding more flights to support the flow of trade and tourism across the region, and we look forward to this new way of travel in the coming months. "