New and upcoming private leisure carrier Beond announced that the carrier has received approval for the Continuing Airworthiness Management Organization (CAMO). This marks a significant step towards the launch of Beond’s flight operations.
The carrier has acquired an Airbus A319, which is currently undergoing necessary inspections in the Maldives.
“Our team undertook a thorough internal setup audit, followed by rigorous audits by the MCAA. The cooperation between Beond and MCAA is exemplary, and we thank the entire MCAA team for their support. The receipt of the certificate is a key step towards receiving our Air Operators Certificate in the Maldives, which is the next step on our path to launching our commercial operations,” said Nantha Kumar K. Lenin, Chief Operations Officer at Beond and Accountable Manager.
Beond is expected to launch commercial flights later this year, with the aim of providing a unique customer experience. The carrier plans to operate to 60 destinations worldwide from the Maldives in a spacious all-premium configuration, offering a level of service far above existing providers.
The interior of Beond’s A320 family aircraft will feature 68 fully lie-flat seats, fitted with luxurious materials and cutting-edge technology designed to deliver the perfect travel experience. The spacious cabin and advanced amenities will ensure that passengers enjoy a comfortable and relaxing journey. With its focus on customer satisfaction and comfort, Beond is set to revolutionize air travel from the Maldives.