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Air Seychelles increases its aerial rotations towards South Africa




Air Seychelles increases its aerial rotations towards South Africa
The national airline Air Seychelles adds of December 14, 2013 to January 11, 2014 during the austral summer a fourth weekly rotation on Saturdays between the Seychelles archipelago and airport O.R. Tamboro from Johannesburg in South Africa that comes in addition to the already scheduled rotations on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.

One aircraft of type Airbus A330-200 accommodating 254 passengers will provide the additional air link.

Air Seychelles has no competition in the South African destination, since it shares a code share * with South African Airlines from end of April 2013, as indicated by the air-journal.fr site.

(*) Code-share membership is based on trade agreements between different carriers.
 
Code sharing or joint operation of flights is a cooperation between airlines allowing the operation of a destination by several carriers.

One airline is responsible for conducting direct flight and the other company, its partner on the destination, has the right to sell seats on this flight with its own international airline code.



Laurent Chinaud


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