The latest DHC-6 Twin Otter aircraft has been added to the fleet of Trans Maldivian Airlines (TMA), the largest seaplane operator in the world, raising the total number of aircraft in its fleet to 62. To assist the growing Maldives tourism industry, TMA intends to keep growing its aircraft fleet.
The expansion of TMA's fleet is a result of the Maldives' expanding tourism industry, as the firm works to accommodate the rise in visitor numbers and the development of new resorts. TMA has added over 10 new clients since the COVID-19 outbreak began, and it anticipates adding additional more as a result of impending resort construction.
TMA will reach a historic milestone in 2023 when it completes 30 years of seaplane service in the Maldives. TMA pioneered point-to-point connection in the Maldives from the start of seaplane service in 1993, which has provided the tourism sector the assurance to grow to the distant atolls beyond Male. TMA has so significantly contributed to the Maldives becoming the well-known tourist destination that it is today.
TMA, one of the biggest businesses in the Maldives, is the backbone of the nation's tourism economy and helps to strengthen the nation's infrastructure. From its inception thirty years ago with only two planes and four passengers, Trans Maldivian Airlines has come a long way. Nowadays, TMA moves more than a million guests per year between more than 80 resorts spread across 14 atolls.
Because of its consistent dedication to offering top-notch service, TMA has established a reputation as the preferred means of transportation for visitors to the Maldives. TMA is well-positioned to continue fulfilling the demands of the expanding Maldives tourism industry while upholding the faith and confidence of its customers who rely on the business as their Gateway to Paradise thanks to the constant development of its fleet and service standards!