Trans Maldivian Airways is to add four more seaplanes to its fleet.
TMA, headquartered at Velana International Airport (VIA), revealed that adding the four seaplanes to their 52-craft fleet is the biggest change to have been brought to the company within 30 years.
One of the four added planes was brought to Maldives on Thursday, with the remaining three scheduled to be brought to the country throughout October.
The seaplane was brought from Santa Maria, Portugal and it landed at VIA a little past 6pm on Thursday.
Revealing that the airline has contributed a lot into the progress of tourism in the country, TMA revealed that easier and efficient ways will be paved for customers and that they expect the change to make a difference to the quality of their services.
Further, TMA revealed their aim to expand their services across newly opening resorts in the country, in the near future.