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“Sinking” Maldives Clear Forests, Pave Beaches, To Construct Four New Airports For Future Tourism!

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Well, today the islands have not gone underwater and remains popular with tourists like never before. And to help with the job of ferrying the 1.7 million (2019) tourists to and from the resort islands, the Maldives have recently opened 4 new airports, according to German site Aero here!.

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