Trans Maldivian Airways Expands Aircraft Fleet
01 October 2017
Trans Maldivian Airways (TMA) has expanded its seaplane fleet to 45 aircrafts. The additional aircraft, a De Havilland DHC-6 Series 300, arrived on the 29th september at Velana International Airport (INIA) after completing its journey from Calgary city in Canada.
TMA’s fleet expansion comes in-light with the growing number of tourist arrivals and increasing bed capacity with the newly opening resorts in the Maldives.
“Additional aircrafts are to be brought-in for the high season to meet the demand for the growing customer base.” reeds a statement by TMA
TMA operated over 120,000 flights last year, transferring over more than 960,000 passengers including 80,000 residents. With the latest addition to the flight, TMA continues to strengthen its positing as the leading seaplane operator in the Maldives.