The national airline of Maldives, Maldivian, has scheduled special flights to Dhaka, Bangladesh, specifically for the upcoming Eid al-Adha holidays.
The airline noted that these flights are scheduled for July 21 and July 23.
Speaking to Sun today, the media official of Maldivian confirmed that the special flights have been scheduled subsequent to the increase in demand for travel to Bangladesh due to the easements given to the COVID-19 travel restrictions.
“That is why we have added two more flights. These two flights were not scheduled prior to this – but we decided to add it based on demand,” Waseem said.
He also further explained that Bangladeshi authorities have also lifted the travel ban to the Maldives – therewith both inbound and outbound travel between Bangladesh and Maldives is now possible.
President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih decided to ease travel restrictions imposed on South Asian travelers – to include neighboring India – on June 29.
Accordingly. Work permit holders from the region are now allowed conditional entry to the Maldives. Tourists from the region will be able to holiday in the Maldives starting from July 15.