Air Asia begins daily flights to Maldives
Air Asia, the world's largest budget airline, has increased the size of its aircraft operating in the Maldives and launched daily operations to the island nation.
An official of All H Maldives, the Maldivian agent of Air Asia, told 'Avas' that flight capacities on Air Asia flights have increased from the previous 180 to 373.
Air Asia uses an Airbus 330 for operations in the Maldives.
Spencer Lee, the Head of Commercial for Air Asia revealed that flights had only been increased in Macao along with the Maldives.
"The purpose of these flights are to open more opportunities for all who want to travel," Lee said.