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Male International Airport
PO Box 2079
Male
Maldives

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Category:  Seaplane Services
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Trans Maldivian Airways - Profile

General Information

Founded in 1989, the company operated a strictly helicopter fleet of aircraft until the introduction of the first seaplanes in 1997. The transition to a 'seaplane-only' fleet of aircraft was completed in January of 1999. TMA now operates 23 Twin Otters. TMA operates its own Sea Plane Terminal at Male` International Airport with 07 exclusive Resort Lounges and a fleet of air-conditioned buses and baggage vehicles for intra-airport transfers. The doorstep delivery and pick up at the Resorts is done at floating platforms as customized Resort Airports. Trans Maldivian transports about 300,000 passengers per year.

Additional Information

Airport Resort Transfers, this is what TMA does with flair and finesse. We greet passengers arriving at Male’ International Airport at our counters in the Arrival Hall and escort them to our vehicles standing outside the terminal building at the airport. A very short drive takes passengers to the dedicated TMA air terminal within the International Airport. Our passengers are then welcomed and briefed by the dedicated TMA Central Reservations Team. They will ensure that we transfer our passengers to their destinations with the minimum fuss and delay. The flying time from Male` International Airport to passenger destinations varies between 25 to 40 minutes depending on proximity, passengers can use this opportunity to take in the breathtaking aerial view of the multitude of coral islands, coral reefs and shallows of the Maldivian archipelago.

Trans Maldivian Airways - Facilities

Overview

Founded in 1989, the company operated a strictly helicopter fleet of aircraft until the introduction of the first seaplanes in 1997. The transition to a 'seaplane-only' fleet of aircraft was completed in January of 1999. TMA now operates 23 Twin Otters. TMA operates its own Sea Plane Terminal at Male` International Airport with 07 exclusive Resort Lounges and a fleet of air-conditioned buses and baggage vehicles for intra-airport transfers. The doorstep delivery and pick up at the Resorts is done at floating platforms as customized Resort Airports. Trans Maldivian transports about 300,000 passengers per year.

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