Trans Maldivian Airways (TMA) is informed to be discussing an upcoming upgrade with financial advisors following the decline in tourist arrivals to Maldives due to the coronavirus pandemic.
“The safety of our mutual guests and staff alike is of utmost priority to us amid this global health emergency. Hence we would like to ensure that we maintain the highest standards of hygiene in our aircraft, all ground transportation vehicles, passenger waiting areas and throughout TMA terminals, so that you and your loved ones can travel with confidence,” stated TMA on a press release on 12th March.
With flight operations halted from China and European countries such as Italy, France, Spain, Germany and the UK, which are the biggest markets for Maldives’ tourism, the economy of the country faces a huge downturn.
Known as the world's largest seaplane operators and the oldest air service operator in Maldives, Trans Maldivian Airways offers transfer services to more than 80 Maldivian resorts, flying over 1,000,000 passengers per to their holiday destinations.