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Explore the islands of the Indian Ocean with the «Vanilla Islands" pass of Air Austral

Air Austral, key player in service of the Indian Ocean Launches Pass of "Vanilla Islands". A new product that the company implements to facilitate to and from its hub in Reunion, travel between the islands and thus promote the development of tourism in the Indian Ocean.
For passengers already in possession of an Air Austral Long Courrier (Paris <> Reunion), the Pass "Vanilla Islands" allows the combined organisation benefiting from attractive prices on a wide selection of destinations stays.
From the island of Reunion, discover Mauritius, Seychelles, Madagascar (Tananarive, Tamatave, Nosy-Be), Comoros (Moroni) or of Mayotte. From 90 euro roundtrip * Pass "Vanilla Islands" opens the doors of 8 islands in the Indian Ocean.
"Air Austral applies historically specific rates TO departing from Europe. With the "Vanilla Islands" pass, the company extends its product range, opens a door to an international clientele and encourages the creation of combined inter-island on the regional network at competitive rates. Through this approach and in associating itself with the concept of the vanilla Islands, Air Austral participates in tourism development in the region. We are convinced that this product will give you the opportunity to tourists travelling to the island of Reunion to visit the sister islands of the Indian Ocean", said Jean-Marc Grazzini, Director-General Deputy of marketing and trade of Air Austral.
"With this new device, Air Austral contributes to tourism development in the Indian Ocean area and shows the way to benefit all collaboration. This spirit advocated by the vanilla Islands makes sense here", said Pascal Viroleau Director of the vanilla Islands.    
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