Emirates offers Maldives long-term commitment at Expo 2020

Emirates has reaffirmed its long-standing partnership with the Maldives by extending a memorandum of understanding with the ministry of tourism.

Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Al Maktoum, chief government of Emirates Group, met Ibrahim Mohamed Solih, president of the Republic of the Maldives, on the Emirates Pavilion in Expo 2020.

The memorandum was signed by Ahmed Khoory, senior vp, industrial, west Asia and Indian Ocean at Emirates, and Abdulla Mausoom, minister of tourism for the Maldives.

Thoyyib Mohamed, chief government of the Maldives Marketing & PR Corporation, was additionally available to signal.

Khoory mentioned: “Maldives is a really integral market in Emirates’ community, and we’re very happy to be renewing our dedication to the island-nation immediately.

“Emirates has proudly served the country for more than 34 years and we look forward to continue strengthening our long-standing partnership, and to boosting the country’s trade and tourism industry.”

The settlement reaffirms the airline’s dedication to the island-nation and descriptions key initiatives to proceed supporting the nation’s tourism restoration.

Since January, the airline has operated the very best variety of passenger flights to the Maldives, connecting 170,000 passengers to the nation, from greater than 100 locations together with the highest markets, United Arab Emirates, Russia, Germany, United States of America and Czech Republic.

Mausoom added: “With over 1,000 flights and visits from 170,000 passenger arrivals to the Maldives this 12 months, Emirates Airline continues to be a vital accomplice in Maldives Tourism success story.

“The ministry of tourism is confident that this tri-party memorandum between Emirates Airline, Maldives Marketing and Public Relations Corporation MMPRC and the Ministry, will connect the Maldives better with UAE and the world, support tourism development and promote tourism.”

Emirates launched operations to the Maldives in 1987, and the airline at the moment serves the island-nation with 28 weekly flights.

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