Seaplane Airline Maldivian Air Taxi which is now Trans Maldivian Airways, carrying passengers from Male International Airport to their resort.
The DHC6 Twin Otter fly from seaplane terminal of the airport to the hotel. Precisely in front of the hotel is a marine pontoon where the passengers and crew transported by boat to the shore.
Two pilots are working in the cockpit. The captain usually came from somewhere in the world while the co-pilot usually local. The third member of the cabin crew is a flight attendant, who are usually men, because passengers have heavy suitcases.
The Trans Maldivian Airways has 45 fleets Twin Otter seaplanes, three of which already are new construction were shipped with the Canadian aircraft manufacturer Viking
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hard to believe but it’s true,..thanks
Why are holding the Captain and the FO the handle of the thrust levers together at the same time? They do it on every start and landing. They also twisting the friction knob several times during a flight ? Are the trust levers prone to snap back ?