Every week India-Maldives get three flights
India and Maldives began an air travel bubble sometime last month with one flight per week. Now there are three flights between the two countries as Kochi to Male, and return, is now open operational. There are getting to be two flights from Kochi to Male on Thursdays and Sundays.
The Kochi to Male flight will begin from Kochi at 12:10 and reach Male at 13:10. Then on its return journey, the flight will begin from Male at 14:10, and land at Kochi at 16:!0. When the aviation bubble began last month, there was just one flight available, from Thiruvananthapuram, by Air India.
The latest aviation bubble between Kochi and Male has been introduced by IndiGo, and consistent with a politician statement the experience are going to be hassle-free for fliers. Maldives depends on Indian tourists because the country is one among the most markets for its inbound tourism. On the opposite hand, India gets a considerable amount of medical tourists from Maldives. While the weekly Air India flight was an honest start, this is often further getting to enhance the connection between the 2 countries during these pandemic times.
Until September 9, travellers getting to Maldives don't got to do any COVID tests or stay in quarantine if they're asymptomatic. But September 10 onwards Maldives goes to need its tourists and even visitors who are going to be coming for a brief period of your time to hold negative RT-PCR test reports. The report shouldn't be older than 72 hours before the departure.
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