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The airport is on its own island - Huhule Island - 3 kilometres from Male
Thomson Airways flies from the main terminal
Getting to/from the airport
Boats and seaplanes are the only way to leave the airport.
Boats run 24 hours a day to all major islands from the large ferry terminal near the arrivals hall.
The journey time to Male takes about 10-15 minutes.
The journey time to other resorts varies from 15 minutes to 2 hours 30 minutes.
The average fare for public boats to Male during the day is 10 mvr.
The average fare for public boats to Male after midnight is 15 mvr.
Seaplanes are sometimes organised by the resort to transfer guests from the airport.
Taxis are available in Male, but not from the airport.
The average fare around Male is 15 mvr.
The average fare with luggage, or after midnight, is 20 mvr.
Flights to Male Maldives Airport
The Maldives are strung out across the Indian Ocean like a daisy chain – take a flight to Male and they’re yours for the picking.
Take a flight to Male and you’re headed for the capital of the Maldives. It’s a flurry of activity, with high-rise towers reaching for the sky and neon signs flashing, so nothing at all like its desert-island neighbours. But factor in must-sees like the Grand Mosque and the Medhu Ziyaaraiy tomb, and you’ve got a great spot to do some sightseeing. This is also where you’ll take your seaplane or boat to the island you’re staying on. If you’re in the North Male Atoll, places like Hudhuranfushi are home to beachfront villas and lush greenery. And in the South Male Atoll, you’ve got Olhuveli, which translated means ‘island of white gold’ – giving you a big clue as to the beach scene here. For something a little bigger, try Sun Island in the South Ari Atoll – it’s the largest resort in the Maldives.