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New flight connections to Seychelles from Melbourne and Sydney, through code-sharing flight between Air Seychelles and Etihad Airways




New flight connections to Seychelles from Melbourne and Sydney, through code-sharing flight between Air Seychelles and Etihad Airways
Air Seychelles, the national airline of the Republic of Seychelles, has extended its codeshare* agreement with Etihad Airways, his counterpart of the United Arab Emirates, with new routes to Australia.

The new code-share flights * on sale today, now offer connections to Seychelles from Melbourne and Sydney, via the regional hub in Abu Dhabi.

The daily flights from Melbourne serving the archipelago, and, at the rate of 10 weekly flights.
Three connections for the return of Seychelles have been scheduled for Melbourne and Sydney each week.

"We are delighted to strengthen our codeshare agreement with Etihad Airways, providing our customers with direct connectivity from Australia to Abu Dhabi ... It thus offers more opportunities for Australian business travelers or those on Recreational traveling to come to the Seychelles, but it can also provide a simple and attractive trip option for Seychellois traveling to Sydney and Melbourne ... Australia has the largest Seychellois diaspora in the world and, as a company national airline of Seychelles, we are proud to present a new air link between the two countries", said Cramer Ball, CEO of Air Seychelles.

This announcement follows the signature of January 18 a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between the Republic of Seychelles and the Australian Government for better air service.
 
The flights on sale can now be booked online on www.airseychelles.com site sales office of Air Seychelles of Victoria by calling the call center of the airline on 248 4 38 10 13 (local rate) or in travel agencies.

(*) Code sharing is based on agreements between different airlines.
 
The codeshare flights or joint operation is cooperation between airlines allows the operation of a destination by several carriers.
 
One airline is responsible for conducting direct flight and the other company, its partner on the chosen destination, has the right to sell seats on this flight with its own international airline code.



Laurent Chinaud


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