Luxury Leisure Carrier Beond All Set To Operate Flights To China As Border Reopens
All-premium class leisure airline Beond is all set to operate flights from China to Maldives as the country eases travel restrictions.
In a statement, BEOND has said the carrier is ready to operate flights to several destinations in China.
Travellers will soon be able to plan for their 2023 vacations and fly with the world’s first premium leisure airline direct from China to the Maldives.
"In terms of expenditure, China is the number one tourism source market in the world. Many visitors from China fall into the category of "medium to high-end" consumers, including affluent travellers for whom luxury travel is a common pastime. We are here to bring luxury back to air travel and look forward to launching our flights from China to the islands of Maldives”, - Mr Tero Taskila, Chief Executive Officer, Beond.
In all Boend will operate to over 60 destinations worldwide from Maldives in a spacious all-premium configuration providing customer experience far above existing providers being the market's most affordable, sustainable luxury brand.
Beond offers a spacious interior featuring a 68 fully lie-flat seats coupled with cutting-edge technology, fitted with luxurious materials designed to deliver the perfect travel experience in their A320 family aircraft.
Following the ease of travel restrictions restriction three Chinese airlines are preparing to operate commercial flights to Maldives as the Maldives is one of the most popular destinations among Chinese travelers.