Manta Air Operates First International Flight from Bangalore to Dhaalu Aiport

PUBLISHED February 17, 2024 | updated February 17, 2024 03:30

Manta Air has commenced direct flights between Bangalore, India and Dhaalu Atoll, Male’. On February 16, Friday, Manta Air’s flight MAV4411 landed at Dhaalu Airport.

Allowing visitors to avoid the hassles and additional expense of transiting through the main Velana International Airport, the new direct route provides access to many luxury resorts located in Dhaalu atoll. 

Mohamed Khaleel, CEO of Manta Air previously said, “With Manta Air's expansion through a new direct flight route from India to the Maldives we anticipate a surge in travel interest and bookings from Indian tourists. This strategic move aims to enhance the guest experience and boost bookings for resorts in Dhaalu atoll, particularly Kandima, RIU Hotel, and Niyama Private Island, which are all located in close proximity to the airport.”

As a leading seaplane and domestic airline operator, Manta Air, prides itself on providing its passengers with a seamless travel experience and exceptional customer service. By flying directly to Dhaalu airport, visitors to resorts located in that atoll are able to save on the usual transit time and additional transfer costs incurred when entering Maldives through Male’ airport route.

Manta Air is set to further create special packages along with top resorts in the atoll. These packages make travel easier for Indian visitors with seamless connections and exclusive deals. Development of local island tourism is also expected to boost with the new milestone of Manta Air.



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