Emirates will increase its flight frequency to the Maldives ahead of the Easter break, starting from 28th March 2021. The flag carrier of the United Arab Emirates will offer customers 28 weekly flights to the Maldives.
Emirates announced that the added services will meet market demand. Likewise, this will offer customers greater flexibility, choice and connectivity while planning their travels this Easter holiday.
Currently, the airline offers 24 weekly flights to the Maldives, utilising a Boeing 777-300ER aircraft. However, starting from 28th March until 18th April 2021, Emirates will increase frequency to 28 flights per week to the Maldives, ahead of Easter. Hence, holidaymakers will enjoy enhanced connectivity to the popular tropical holiday destination, via Dubai.
This week, Emirates also announced special fares from Dubai to the Maldives. Customers can start planning their spring break holiday by booking the special fares from 8th March 2021 until 18th March 2021, for travel until 15th June 2021. Furthermore, with the special fares, a one-way economy class ticket to the Maldives starts at AED 3,495. Meanwhile, a business class ticket starts at AED 8,555 via emirates.
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Customers can book tickets on emirates.com, Emirates sales offices, or via travel agents. Flyers can experience world-class spa resorts, pristine beaches and explore stunning marine life in one of the world’s best diving destinations; the Maldives. Passengers can enjoy more than 4,500 channels of entertainment on ice.
In addition to that, Emirates currently leads the industry with innovative products and services that address the needs of every traveller.
All travellers visiting the Maldives should present a negative COVID‑19 PCR test result, conducted within 96 hours before departure. Travellers should also complete the online Immigration and Health self‑declaration form within 24 hours before arrival.
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