GoAir Announces Resume of Direct Flights to Maldives Starting November 1

PUBLISHED October 24, 2020 | updated October 24, 2020 01:55

GoAir has announced that the airline will be resuming the operation of direct flights to Male’, Maldives effective, November 1, 2020. 

The Indian carrier will be offering direct flights to Maldives at affordable fares from Bengaluru, Delhi and Mumbai. Additionally, interested passengers can also take on a number of connecting flights from India to Male’ through various cities across the neighboring country. 

The airline has also introduced all-inclusive GoHoliday packages for 3N/4D stay to discover the tropical island paradise starting at USD 521.43. For more information and to book your special flight, visit: goair.in/promotions/male-flights

GoAir is taking all the required safety and sanitization measures concerning Aircraft cleaning and more, keeping the well-being of passengers and staff as its main priority. 

Steps taken by GoAir to ensure passengers safety:

At the Airport 

All GoAir touchpoints such as check-in counters, kiosks, gate counters, and baggage drop counters are regularly disinfected

Proper distancing markers are placed to ensure social distancing 

Social distancing is maintained at the boarding gate and inside the coaches 


- Protective Gear 

All GoAir airport staff and crew members have been equipped with sanitizers, gloves and personal protective equipment (PPE) for your safety. 

- Sanitization of aircraft 

Each aircraft is disinfected and sanitized before every flight using Environment Protection Agency (EPA) approved hospital grade disinfectants. Passenger seats, seat belt buckles, armrests, overhead nozzles, tray tables, galleys and lavatories are thoroughly disinfected given the frequency of contact. 

- Advanced air circulation system 

The cabin air flows vertically from ceiling to floor and gets absorbed for filtration. This minimizes the spread of possible viruses in the cabin. 

- HEPA filters 

The aircraft are equipped with HEPA (High-Efficiency Particulate Air) filters which filter out recirculated air on-board to remove up to 99.999% of harmful airborne particles such as viruses and bacteria 


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