Air Seychelles expands its network in Europe and Africa

The airline will soon introduce its second Airbus A330 in its fleet and planned new routes for S17.

Air Seychelles first A330-200 (A6-EYZ) landing in Hong Kong. Photo copyright: byeangel on wikimedia.

Air Seychelles, the national airline of the Republic of Seychelles, has announced a major fleet and network expansion that will see the airline introducing a second Airbus A330 aircraft, starting non-stop services to Düsseldorf (DUS), Germany, and Durban (DUR), South Africa:

-Victoria (SEZ) – Düsseldorf (DUS): two weekly flights, starting on 30 March 2017. (A330-200)

-Victoria (SEZ) – Durban (DUR): two weekly flights, starting on 30 March 2017, complementing it’s existing five-a-week service to Johannesburg. (A320-200)

“Air Seychelles has grown extensively and robustly in 2016 and is now ready to embark on the next exciting chapter of its evolution, further enhancing air access to our archipelago and bringing more holidaymakers and business people to our shores”, has said Roy Kinnear, Chief Executive Officer of Air Seychelles.

The airline has also expanded its route to Paris from three to four weekly flights and announced additional regional capacity to its routes to Johannesburg, Mauritius and Mumbai.


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