The fourth seaplane of Manta Air arrived in Maldives on Tuesday evening.
The DHC-6 Twin Otter touched down at Velana International Airport at 17:00hrs traveling from Canada.
The airline’s first batch of seaplanes arrived back in October. During the previous month, three seaplanes of Manta Air reached home.
The Twin Otters come equipped with the latest Garmin G950 NXI Next Generation flight deck technology.
In addition to this, the seaplanes feature state-of-the-art weather radars.
According to the newest domestic airline, the Twin Otters with a passenger capacity of 15 including pilots will transform seaplane service in Maldives.
It is reported the airline will acquire a total of 10 seaplanes to their fleet.
In the meantime, Manta Air is gearing up to commence their operations on 10 November.
Manta Air’s seaplane operations will kick-off with pre-booking services for customers while adhering to same industry standards as their domestic operations.