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‘Inaugural passenger flight from Dubai to Maldives by Beond Airlines’

by Dubaiforum

Beond, a premium leisure airline, is set to operate up to six flights per week from Dubai’s Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC) to the Maldives, offering customers in Dubai a luxurious and exclusive experience to one of the world’s most sought-after destinations. From now until July, customers can purchase four flights per week, with an additional two flights per week to be added in July.

Tero Taskila, CEO and Chairman of Beond, expressed his excitement about the launch of the Dubai to Malé service, stating that it provides customers in the region with an unforgettable experience to the stunning Maldives. Beond aims to establish itself as the ultimate premium travel brand by offering a wide range of convenient flight options.

Beond prides itself on redefining air travel by creating a private jet-like atmosphere on its flights. The airline’s state-of-the-art aircraft features modern cabin interiors and stylish lie-flat seats designed for maximum comfort. Passengers can expect a seamless journey and a luxurious flying experience from start to finish.

In addition to the Dubai to Malé route, Beond recently announced the acquisition of a second aircraft, an Airbus A321 undergoing refurbishment. The airline also plans to be the first in the world to offer select customers the Apple Vision Pro for a fully immersive inflight entertainment experience. Service from Milan, Italy is scheduled to begin later this year, with plans to expand flights to the Maldives from Europe, the Middle East, and Asia Pacific.

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