Beond Starts Flights From Munich And Riyadh

Last month, Maldives-based carrier Beond invited TCI to check out its first aircraft in Dubai – an Airbus A319 with 44 lay-flat seating, luxurious appointments and a starting fare of about EUR 1,500. Now, the airline has commenced commercial flights. The first one was from Munich to Male, wowing onlookers with its dark livery and copper highlights. Beond will fly this route twice weekly.

That’s not all, as the carrier also flew its inaugural flight to its hometown in Male from the capital of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia – Riyadh. The passengers boarded the flight from ALTANFEETHI – a private terminal for those uber-wealthy passengers.

Besides Munich and Riyadh, Beond has already announced services from Zurich, Milan and Dubai. Over the next five years, the airline intends to serve 60 destinations worldwide. It will expand its fleet to 32 aircraft, including new Airbus A321 jets due next year.

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