n the Maldivian capital Malé; wealthy and in search of a first-class resort well away from prying eyes. But to look at the terminal, it’s difficult to believe this is the gateway to paradise. “It’s a shed,” Malé airport CEO Andrew Harrison admitted in his description of the current 25-year-old terminal. “It does not represent the experience of the tourist and we have to upgrade. They have high expectations.” With more than $500 ...

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