Trans Maldivian Airways, Maldives
Trans Maldivian Airways (TMA) is a privately owned airline operating in the Maldives. It operates seaplanes to the resort islands and acts almost like a "taxi" service for the visiting tourists. The "barefoot pilots" in the 24 Twin Otter planes transport around 400.000 passengers per year! The planes fly at relatively low altitude and the view of the turqoise blue atolls and scattered islands is just magnificent!
Male', the capital of the Maldives, is the commercial center, seat of government and the location of ...
Sicht auf die Wasserbungalows und den Wellnessbereich auf Meeru/Malediven.Canon 7 D - Walimex 8mm Fis...
Sicht auf die Wasserbungalows auf Meeru/Malediven.Canon 7 D - Walimex 8mm Fischauge - Blende 11 - 1/5...
Dhiffushi-is one of the inhabited islands of Kaafu Atoll.
sandbank near baros
Kuda Bandos Water sports area
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