TMA introduces Maldives' first luxury air conditioned seaplane

Trans Maldivian Airways (TMA) has introduced the country’s first luxury air-conditioned seaplane.
The Twin Otter aircraft’s interior is fitted with leather seats, allowing passengers’ luxury experience the moment they take off from Ibrahim Nasir International Airport (Hulhulé – Malé).
“The luxury air-conditioned seaplane is the first of its kind in the Maldives and will undoubtedly contribute to the satisfaction of passengers,” said TMA.

TMA AC Plane
AC seaplane, Trans Maldivian Airways (TMA)

“TMA has been listening to the needs of the tourism industry and has been constantly improving the passengers’ transfer experience, with today’s launch being just one of the examples how TMA persistently improves the quality of its service.”
TMA was recognised last week as the leading seaplane operator in the Indian Ocean region at the World Travel Awards in Zanzibar. The company has also been named the world’s leading seaplane operator for the last two years.
With more than 40 Twin Otter aircraft, TMA boasts the largest seaplane fleet on earth, giving 750,000 passengers a year the perfect introduction to their Maldivian holiday.