Any Maldives travel guide will tell you that there are two ways to travel to the Maldives. You can fly, or you can fly.
Ok, we agree, a flight to the Maldives is the only way any of us are going to get to these tropical islands.
Hooray if you’re travelling from Europe or Asia, you will fly direct! So whether it’s London or Rome, Zurich or Malaysia, you’ll be there in 11 hours or less.
And if you’re travelling from the United States hooray for you too, although there aren’t direct flights, you will have the one of the best stop overs you could ask for, Dubai!
“Hold on, what’s this 11 hours flying time?!” I hear you shout. Well folks, one of the reasons this is an exclusive holiday destination is that it's long-haul and whilst there are a reasonable number of carriers, not all major Airlines fly to the Maldives, but worry not,
you can find out about all the flights to the Maldives
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As your flight approaches you’ll catch a glimpse from above of islands and atolls ringed in sugar white beaches, shaded in turquoise and strewn like chaff across the vast blue shifting carpet of the Indian Ocean.
You’ll arrive at Malé International airport which is not actually on Male because being only 2 square kilometres in size and with a population of over 50,000 the city couldn’t fit the airport in as well. Much easier to pop it on a neighbouring island called Hulhule with
Malé but a few minutes away by speed boat.
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Your Maldives travel experience starts right here. Helping hands guide you to your welcoming representatives and swiftly whisk you away to your chosen resort island destination by speedboat or if you prefer by
the adventure begins…
You will know from the moment you step onto the sand that it has been worth it…