November surely is an exciting month for the Maldivian tourism industry as the peak tourism season has already started kicking off. With the winter season starting up, many start looking to travel to tropical destinations to get away from the cold winter air.
And what better country could one go to for their end-of-the-year vacation than the Maldives? Bright sunny days and white sandy beaches are all anyone could ask for. Aimed for this season many airlines start flying to the Maldives to connect their passengers to their perfect tropical get-away and it appears that Azur Air is joining the rest of the airlines in connecting passengers to the Maldives.
Flying from Moscow to Velana International Airport seven days a week, this connection from Russia will also be extremely beneficial to the Maldives as the Russian visitor market has increased in the Maldives following the COVID-19 pandemic.
With a few months left in 2022, the Maldivian tourism industry has already received more visitors compared to 2021 by exceeding 1.3 million tourist arrivals so far this year.
And now with the charter flights from countries such as Russia, China and Austria aimed towards the peak tourist season in the Maldives, the tourism industry might easily reach the goal of getting 1.6 million tourists for the year 2022.