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Avail cheap flights to Male to drop right in the middle of deep blue shores, on an island which forms the main urban cluster of Maldives. The capital city has made every possible use to every nook, every cranny of its island, with its white sandy beaches segmented among hotels and resorts for tourists. Male itself provides the platform of access to the entire nation, hosting Male International Airport from which air taxis and boats ferry visitors and tourists to other neighboring islands. It is entirely based on the edge of an atoll, surrounded by multiple islands relatively smaller in size. Male tickets are available to book seats with international air operators which includes Malaysian Airlines, Emirates, Aeroflot, Austrian Airlines and Oman Air.

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Which Airlines Operate Flights To Malé from the UK?

How long is the flight to Malé from the UK?

Are there any direct flights to Malé from the UK?

Yes, British Airways operates a direct flight from London Gatwick Airport to Malé. Flight number BA 2043 is a seasonal direct flight that flies to the capital of the Maldives in select months of the year. Taking this British Airways flight reduces the flight duration to only ten hours and thirty minutes. Please call our agents for further details. Those who can not avail this direct flight usually use a cheap Middle Eastern airline to get to Malé.

Cheap Flights to Malé with Qatar Airways

Qatar Airways is one of the most efficient and affordable airlines in the world. Qatar Airways is among the few Middle Eastern airlines that connect the UK with the Orient at a cheaper rate. The services they extend and the safety they ensure is top shelf, so many passengers from Britain choose to fly with Qatar Airways.

Travelling with Qatar Airways to Malé comes with a stopover in Doha. Therefore, the first leg of your journey would be from the UK to Doha. Fortunately, 70 flights are operating out from London alone every week, which transpires to 10 flights every day at various times. About thirty-five flights are connecting Doha to Manchester, and from Birmingham, there are 14 Qatar Airways flights throughout the week leaving for Doha.

Doha International Airport, especially for business class passengers, is packed with all sorts of amenities, including massage parlours, spas and luxury rooms. Be it a brief stopover or a long one for a truly relaxing experience, the next leg of the trip would continue from Doha onwards to Malé. There are two flights, which leave for Malé every day. One is the flight number QR 672, and the other is QR 674. The QR 672 flight takes off at 2:20 AM from Doha and arrives at Malé at 9:00 AM. QR 674, however, leaves Doha at 8:20 AM and arrives in Malé at 3 in the afternoon. Taking these timings into consideration, the shortest stopover in Doha would be possible only if you take QR 8 or QR 5942 out from London, so the next connecting flight is no more than two hours apart.

What is the cheapest time of year to fly to Malé?

The October to November period is an incredible time to visit Malé cheaply. The temperature barely changes during the entire year –remaining in the 27° to 31° Celsius range, since the city resides in the Tropics. There are no excessively rainy spells during this time either, which makes these two months the absolute best time to come to Malé without spending much money. As most tourists save up to travel to their cities of origin to meet family and friends over the Winter holidays, the traffic to Malé weakens in the months before Christmas, keeping the hotel rooms vacant and the airline seats empty yielding cheaper fares. Planning an affordable vacation to Malé in November comes with a lot of benefits and no drawbacks.

Is there a major international airport in Malé?

Yes, the Velana Airport (MLE) serves the city of Malé, and it is the international gateway to the Maldives. The airport is located on an island, which has been reclaimed from the sea. The airport island is connected to the Malé residential area via a highway over the open sea. By car, the tourist can travel from the airport to central Malé in 15 minutes. The Maldives’ economy is heavily dependent on tourism, and so the government encourages many international airlines to glide their aeroplanes over the Velana International Airport. 

What is the best time to visit Malé?

Surrounded by the Indian Ocean and its moderating effect on the weather, the best time to come to Malé is from July to October. Not that the temperature is unpleasant in other parts of the year, but during this time the wind picks up. The mercury barely fluctuates from its mean value throughout the year. Places like Malé that have high humidity are enjoyable when the breeze continues to blow away the excess moisture from the air. Sometimes those winds bring a few drops of rain, which cleanses the sky and the land, making your stay in Malé even more delightful. The July to October time, however, is not the busiest time to Malé either. Many tourists wish to enjoy their Christmas vacations is the warming sun of Malé, making December and January a bustling time in the calendar to visit the city. 

What are the major landmarks in Malé?

The great traveller and historian Ibn Battuta visited Malé in 1343 and discovered a vibrant culture and a thriving fishing industry. Malé has been married to the sea, which is quite evident from the landmarks built in the city over the centuries.

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