Emirates has reinforced its long-standing collaboration with the Maldives by signing a memorandum of understanding with the Maldives’ tourism ministry.
At the Emirates Pavilion in Expo 2020, Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, CEO of Emirates Group, met Ibrahim Mohamed Solih, President of the Republic of the Maldives.
The pact was signed by Ahmed Khoory, Emirates’ senior vice president of commercial, West Asia and Indian Ocean, and Abdulla Mausoom, the Maldives’ minister of tourism.
The agreement reinforces the airline’s commitment to the island nation and specifies important steps to help the country’s tourism resurgence continue.
Since January, the airline has operated the most passenger flights to the Maldives, connecting 170,000 passengers from more than 100 destinations, including the main markets of the UAE, Russia, Germany, the United States of America, and the Czech Republic.
“With over 1,000 flights and 170,000 passenger arrivals to the Maldives this year, Emirates Airline continues to be a very essential partner in Maldives Tourism’s success story,” Mausoom remarked.
Emirates began service to the Maldives in 1987, and the airline now operates 28 weekly flights to the island nation.
This relationship will also be improving most Africa tours to the Maldives. Because of Emirate’s aggressive movements in Africa. The tourism industry will grow to greater markets.