Following the disruption caused by COVID, Edelweiss Air, the swiss-based airline has restored its flights to the Maldives starting September 28. Edelweiss said he would restart planned services to the Maldives on 17 September 2020.
Edelweiss officials announced that there will be two weekly flights from Zurich to Velana International Airport, further urging the Maldives to become one of the safer countries for travelers. That The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) has provided a Secure Travel identity to the Maldives to reward the island nation’s initiative to introduce better health and safety measures.
During the lockdown following the COVID-19 outbreak, many repatriation flights are conducted from the Maldives to various parts of the world.
While the Maldives has reopened its borders with a series of relatively lenient rules, the state is now stepping up protective measures to ensure the safety of everyone, especially hospitality employees.
Among the few countries that have been actively tackling COVID-19 is Switzerland. This nation is an optimistic tourism sector for the Maldives. So far this year, nearly 34,000 visitors, including Switzerland, have explored the Maldives.
Edelweiss itinerary changed, opened.
Prior to the summer period of 2021, Swiss airline Edelweiss Air suspended services connecting Zurich and Ohrid. Flights between the two are scheduled to resume and operate once a week on March 28, 2021. Operations to Skopje by Edelweiss remain untouched and start operating twice a week.
Like Agadir, Ilha Do Sal, and Sharm El-Sheikh, three African routes are scheduled by Edelweiss Air. Agadir’s schedule starts from October 1 with one weekly flight, while Ilha do Sal starts with one flight a week from October 26. There will be two weekly flights to Sharm el-sheik on the A320 from Zurich.
Details of Edelweiss Air
Edelweiss Air is part of the Lufthansa Network and a subsidiary of Swiss International Airway. Edelweiss Air serves 70 fantasy locations in 32 countries around the world. For every vacation destiny, Edelweiss provides the perfect destination for a relaxing vacation on the sand, visiting a thriving metropolis, or for exploring international culture. Edelweiss maintains an ideal that is loved by people around the world in Switzerland and joyfully reflects on Switzerland. Four Airbus A340s and two Airbus A330s have served long-haul routes since early 2019, and ten Airbus A320s have served short and medium-haul services. Business and Economy Class are provided by Edelweiss aircraft. On long-haul routes, there is a new initiative called Economy Max.
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