On Friday, ITA Airways revealed that it will renew Winter flights to the Maldives as the carrier’s international footprint continues to grow.
It is understood that the flights will operate between December 16, 2023, to March 25, 2024, as part of the Winter 2023/24 season.
ITA Airways will operate this route on a twice-weekly basis, with the aircraft type yet to be confirmed, but most likely to be the Airbus A350.
The Scheduling for ITA Airways’ Maldives Flights…
In their press statement, ITA Airways said the following regarding the scheduling for the Maldives flights happening this Winter:
“During the 2023-24 winter season, there will be 2 weekly frequencies connecting Rome with Malè, with departure from Rome Fiumicino airport at 10:10 p.m. and arrival at Velana – Malè International Airport at 11:25 a.m., local time.”
“The return flight from Velana – Malè is scheduled at 1:25 p.m. local time, with a landing in Rome Fiumicino at 7:45 p.m.”
“Thanks to ITA Airways’ extensive network, passengers will be traveling to the Maldives not only from Italy
but from all over Europe via the Company’s convenient connections from Rome Fiumicino to the main
“ITA Airways is thus strengthening its presence in South-East Asia and responding to the increasingly strong customers’ demand for one of the most sought-after destinations in world tourism – the Maldives.”
“With the Rome Fiumicino – Malé flight, ITA Airways’ intercontinental network grows to 12 destinations.”
“Malé joins the Company’s long-haul offer, which currently includes 11 destinations already operated by ITA Airways with direct flights to New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Miami, Washington, San Francisco, Buenos Aires, Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Tokyo, and New Delhi.”
It remains clear that ITA Airways is taking things nice and steady in terms of its international route network, with the Maldives being the latest example of that.
All eyes are on the carrier to see not just how the Winter 2023/24 season will go for the airline but also the Summer 2023 season, the busiest period of the year.
But for now, all eyes are on the carrier to see where the next load of success will come from.