Lhaviyani Atoll gets her own airport

Accessibility to resorts in the Maldives’ Lhaviyani Atoll will be significantly improved with the opening of Madivaru Airport this month.

Flights to and from Male’s Velana International Airport will take only 25 minutes and operate throughout the night, overcoming previous service limitations to only seaplanes operating in daylight.

Madivaru Airport opens, improving access to Lhaviyani Atoll

Operations at Madivaru Airport will commence with three flights per day, scheduled according to arrivals and departures of international flights to minimise wait times for travellers. At press time, Madivaru Airport will connect travellers arriving in the Maldives on SriLankan Airline, Condor Airline, Lufthansa, Aeroflot, British Airways, Qatar Airways, Emirates, Austrian Airlines, Singapore Airlines and Turkish Airlines.

The facility is developed by Kuredu Holdings and managed by national airline Maldivian, following a management agreement signed by Mohamed Moosa, chairman of Champa Brothers Maldives and co-owner of Crown & Champa Resorts, one of the owners of luxury resorts Kudadoo Maldives Private Island and Hurawalhi Island Resort, as well as Kuredu, Komandoo and Innahura (Crown & Champa Resorts). The properties are all located a 10- to 25-minute speedboat ride away from Madivaru Airport.

Kudadoo Maldives Private Island is an exclusive private island comprising 15 expansive, over water ocean residences. Guests are attended to by personal butlers.

Hurawalhi Island Resort Maldives is an adults-only paradise famous for its 5.8 Underwater Restaurant. There are more than 50 plentiful dive sites within easy reach, and numerous underwater experiences to try.

Tickets for Maldivian flights from Velena International Airport to Madivaru Airport can be purchased directly from both resorts, as well as Kuredu, Komandoo and Innahura (Crown & Champa Resorts).

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