Singapore Airlines breaks year-long hiatus with flights to Maldives

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Following nearly a year-long hiatus, Singapore Airlines once again resumes their flights to Maldives.

Earlier the international carrier came to halts on their operations to the island nation due to the Covid-19 global outbreak.

Moreover, the flagship carrier of Singapore is recommencing its operations following the discontinuation of its sister airline; Silk Air, to Maldives.

Singapore Airlines will follow suit with its younger sibling, with day-time travels only.

Flights expect arrival at Velana International Airport at 11:55hrs and departure at 12:55hrs.

However, from 3 April onward, the airline will shift its flights to night-time with arrival at 22:10hrs and departure at 23:25hrs.

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