Emirates Airline is boosting its services to the Maldives and Seychelles ahead of the Easter break.
According to the Dubai-based airline, it will now offer customers 28 weekly flights to Male starting from March 28 until April 18.
Meanwhile, from March 28 until October 30, Emirates flights from Dubai to Mahe will increase from five times weekly to seven times a week.
The announcement comes as Seychelles is set to re-open its borders for international travellers with no vaccination or quarantine requirements from March 25.
Emirates clarified that it has ramped up flights to popular destinations across the Indian Ocean in order to meet market demands.
Emirates will boost services to Maldives and Seychelles to meet market demand, starting 28 March, offering customers greater flexibility, choice and connectivity this Easter break. https://t.co/bdbHT89WGY#FlyEmiratesFlyBetter @DXB pic.twitter.com/HJYiRQPOdS— Emirates Airline (@emirates) March 9, 2021