Male Private Jet Charter Service
With access to the world’s most technologically advanced private jet aircraft, Paramount Business Jets is a single source for all your air charter needs to and from Male Island, Maldives. The main gateway into the Maldives islands is Male International Airport (MLE). It is situated on Hulhule Island in the North Male Atoll, about 2 miles (3 km) from the capital island Male. Other airports in the Maldives include the Kadhdhoo Airport (KDO), located on the island of Kadhdhoo in Laamu Atoll, Maldives, and the Hanimaadhoo Airport (HAQ), located on the island of Hanimaadhoo in Haa Dhaalu Atoll, Maldives. When it comes to reserving an aircraft for your next charter flight, various aircraft options can be positioned, from turboprops, light jets, mid-size, large jets, large jets, to VIP airliners and ultra long range jets. Additionally, Paramount Business Jets specializes in empty leg and one way charter flights, which provide the convenience and luxury of flying privately at significant savings - up to 50% off normal charter prices. We are committed to offering the most competitive pricing possible on aircraft charter services and always strive to deliver only the very best in quality, value, and service. For more information, call us today at 1-877-727-2538.
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Male Empty Leg Flights and Available Airport Options
Male Airports within 50 Miles
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Male City Overview
The Maldives, also known as the Republic of Maldives, is an island country located on the Indian Ocean. The Maldives consists of 1195 beautiful tropical islands, but 99% of its 90,000 square kilometers is covered by the sea. The country stretches 823 km from north to south and 130 km from east to west. Archaeologically, the history of Maldives is traced back from around 2000 B.C. The Maldivian economy is mainly supported by tourism and fishing industries, followed by agriculture and manufacturing. In the 1970s, tourism has gained popularity, and thus the Maldives has evolved as a popular vacation destination in the world. Often referred to as "Paradise in Asia", the Maldives offers miles of fine sandy beaches, surrounded by turquoise waters, splendid coral reefs, and pristine sands. The capital island Male is the seat of government and the center of trade, commerce, business, health and education. It is located in Malé Atoll in the center of the island group, and is home to about 75,000 people, which is about one third of the population. Male is divided into four parts named Henveiru, Galolhu, Maafannu and Machangolhi, each one boasting its very own unique characteristics. Popular tourist attractions in Male include the National Museum of the Maldives, the Presidential Palace, the Islamic Centre, the Grand Friday Mosque, the Mulee Aage Palace, the Hukuru Miskiiy Mosque, the Esjehi Art Gallery, and the Jumhoorie Maidan. As one of Asia's most attractive and peaceful destinations, the Maldives is well suited for water sports enthusiasts, nature lovers, honeymooners, and families alike. Lying to the far southwest are the Seychelles, to the northeast Sri Lanka and India, to the north India's Lakshadweep Islands, and to the south Chagos Archipelago.