TMA becomes first Asian operator to receive Havilland Certificate

During the ceremony held to award De Havilland's endorsement certificate to TMA -- Photo/ TMA

Trans Maldivian Airways (TMA), the world's largest seaplane operator, receives De Havilland Canada's endorsement certificate, making it the first operator in Asia to achieve the recognition.

At the official endorsement ceremony held last Sunday, De Havilland's Chief Executive Officer Brian Chafe awarded the endorsement to TMA Chief Executive Officer A.U.M Fazy.

De Havilland owners Sherry Brideson and Robert McDonald, along with senior representatives of the Canada's aerospace company and TMA officiated the ceremony.

TMA Chief Fauzy had thanked De Havilland's continued support with its Twin Otters, elevating the operator's success.

De Havilland CEO highlighted TMA's success of completing two million flight cycles, which he added is unprecedented anywhere else.

The Canadian aerospace company affirmed continued support to TMA in future as well.