Maldives national carrier Maldivian Airlines (Q2) has begun operating commercial flights using its first Airbus A320 aircraft. The first flight was from Male to Chennai, India following formal handover of the aircraft at Male Ibrahim Nasir International Airport (MLE) in October. Operated under a lease agreement and powered by CFM56 engines, the aircraft has a three-class configuration: 14 business, 24 premium and 114 economy. Q2 managing director Abdul Haris said: “We will start ...

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