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Strategic marketing agreement between vanilla islands and the Air Seychelles airline




The national company of the archipelago, Air Seychelles, has recently signed a strategic agreement on the marketing plan with the vanilla Islands, and this, to increase the number of travellers from Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East to the shores of the Indian Ocean.
 
Vanilla Islands (Mauritius, Reunion, Seychelles, Madagascar, Comoros, Mayotte and the Maldives), which emerged in August 2010 to promote the 7 destinations of their member countries by making vanilla Islands a sustainable pillar of insular economy of the Indian Ocean region.
 
"We are delighted to work with Air Seychelles to develop new products that will attract travellers to the islands of the region. Air Seychelles adds a new powerful dimension to the marketing of the Indian ocean," said Pascal Viroleau, Director of the vanilla Islands which initialed the agreement alongside the Director-general of Air Seychelles, Cramer Ball.
 
As a reminder, Air Seychelles is owned up to 40% of its capital by the airline of Abu Dhabi, Etihad Airways.
 
Air Seychelles will thus expand its network already present towards Mauritius and South Africa as from the fourth quarter of 2014 to Tananarive in Madagascar and Reunion Island, especially in the wake of the acquisition of a new Airbus A319 aircraft.
 

Strategic marketing agreement between vanilla islands and the Air Seychelles airline



Laurent Chinaud


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