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Seychelles: Air Seychelles Company will serve in early December Dar es Salaam and Tananarive




The national company of the archipelago, Air Seychelles, will connect at the rate of two flights per week the capital of Tanzania, Dar es Salaam, departing from the Victoria international airport on the island of Mahé, and this, with effect from 2 December, as Seychelles News Agency.
The next day on 3 December 2014, Air Seychelles will also serve Ivato airport of Tananarive in Madagascar with two flights scheduled per week to the island, as also reported the website air - journal.fr.
 
Two new air routes will be made via Airbus A320 aircraft, a plane that can accommodate 16 seats in class Affairs and some 120 seats in economy class.
 
 
"We continue to develop the strength and depth of our global network, and the addition of Dar es Salaam, which is one of the most dynamic business and tourism... These flights will serve as a proposal of travel attractive for both business and leisure in Tanzania, offering a direct link to our archipelago and convenient connections to Abu Dhabi and beyond including the Indian subcontinent" recalled Manoj dad, Director-general of Air Seychelles.
 
 "We are thrilled to add Tananarive to our global network, further enhancing our position as airline of choice in the region of the Indian Ocean..." Madagascar is experiencing strong economic growth thanks to the new foreign investment and the development of eco-tourism," also welcomed the Director-general of Air Seychelles.
 
 



Laurent Chinaud


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