Emirates has increased its services to Maldives by offering three daily flights on the Dubai-Male’ route, using B777ER aircraft. This was done in order to boost access to the destination amidst the winter holiday season.
Emirates, which runs the world’s biggest airline by international traffic, was the second airline to resume services to Maldives along with SriLankan Airlines on 16 July 2020 after a three-month hiatus due to the border closure to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Emirates customers can also plan their travels and fly with even greater assurance and peace of mind, with the airline’s latest industry-first initiative to provide expanded, multi-risk travel cover on top of its current COVID-19 cover.
Provided by Emirates at no additional cost to its customers, and provided by AIG Travel, this cover is the first of its kind in the airline and travel insurance industry. It is designed to provide all Emirates passengers a truly unique offer for stress-free and hassle-free travel.
To learn more about the coverage, click HERE.
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