Trans Maldivian Airways Adds Yet Another Twin Otter To Its Fleet
Trans Maldivian Airways (TMA), the world's largest seaplane operator’s newest Twin Otter has arrived in the Maldives last Friday.
The De Havilland DHC6-310 Twin Otter, MSN 635 was ferried all the way from Cairns, Australia.
This addition increases the carrier's fleet to 59 strengthening its feat as the largest seaplane operator in the world and TMA is also planning to add another Twin Otter before the end of this year.
The carrier presently operates to well over 80 resorts across 14 atolls in the Maldives carrying the majority of the tourists travelling to resorts.