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Seychelles: A Seychellois named at the head of Emirates Airlines in the archipelago




Denise Rassool appointed head of Emirates Airlines to Seychelles to the right of the Minister of Tourism of Seychelles Alain Saint Ange, and Oomar Ramtoola, the head of Emirates to the Indian Ocean
Denise Rassool appointed head of Emirates Airlines to Seychelles to the right of the Minister of Tourism of Seychelles Alain Saint Ange, and Oomar Ramtoola, the head of Emirates to the Indian Ocean
After rising through the ranks since 2004, Denise Rassool was recently appointed the head of Emirates Airlines to Seychelles with a score of people under her responsibility.
 
Oomar Ramtoola, the head of Emirates to the Indian Ocean, thus welcomed dedication without flaws in the company's new Director.
 
For his part, the Minister of tourism of the Seychelles, Alain Saint-Ange, congratulated warmly Denise Rassool for his exemplary career within Emirates Airlines.
 
As a reminder, Emirates Airlines, renewed its support to the Seychelles in the context of the promotion of the destination last May and has decided to increase its weekly flights to the archipelago with two additional flights from October 28.
 
The airline company of Dubai dessert today Seychelles, with 12 flights scheduled each week with the Airbus A340-500.
 
Emirates Airlines is an airline company in full expansion, with more than 180 aircraft that make up its fleet. With more than 120 destinations in 74 countries, Emirates Airlines displays a solid health, in a sector of the air yet in the crisis.
 
The airline company of Dubai, Emirates Airlines, issued last Thursday a net profit up 43% for the year 2013 to 887 million dollars against 622 million dollars registered in 2012.




Laurent Chinaud


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