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Air Seychelles strengthens its fleet for its domestic routes




On the eve of his 35th birthday, the airline Air Seychelles recorded the purchase of three aircraft for its domestic flights of type DHC-6 Twin Otter Series 400, the aircraft manufacturer of the Canada, Viking Air.

The 19-seater aircraft will be used for the service between Mahé and Praslin, as well as the other islands of the Seychelles archipelago, including Bird, Denis, and Fregate.
 
The three aircraft will be delivered around mid-2015, with a possible option to advance the initial delivery time depending on availability.
 
The aircraft will be built within the unit of production of Viking Air in Victoria, British Colombia, to Canada.

The airline Air Seychelles has in its fleet a DHC-6 Twin Otter Series 400 Viking Air and three devices Series 300 types.
 
The purchase of three DHC-6 Twin Otter Series 400 is estimated at several million dollars, but Air Seychelles and the Canadian aircraft manufacturer had specified the exact amount of the transaction, as indicated by the site air-journal. fr.

For the CEO of Air Seychelles, Cramer Ball, these devices are ideally accommodate twin to short flights in saline and humid conditions of the Seychelles archipelago.



Laurent Chinaud


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