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Air Seychelles remains committed to the island’s Festival Kreol

Air Seychelles remains committed to the island’s Festival Kreol

Air Seychelles is proud to announce that it will be the Official Partner of the “Kolok,” the International Coloquium, as part of the upcoming activities for the Seychelles 2012 Festival Kreol. An agreement was signed this morning between the Seychelles Minister for Tourism and Culture Mr. Alain St.Ange and Air Seychelles Chief Executive Officer Mr. Cramer Ball at the National Cultural Centre in Victoria. Air Seychelles will actively assist in the logistics of the Colloquium by providing a comprehensive support for air transportation for the international delegates to attend the event.

Minister St.Ange said that this agreement demonstrates Air Seychelles’ commitment to the islands’ Festival Kreol.

“Air Seychelles is traditionally a keen supporter of our ‘Festival Kreol.’ Over the years, the national carrier stood side by side with the festival to bring press and international delegates to Seychelles to either give coverage or participate in the gestival. The signing of this agreement demonstrates that the airline is committed in maintaining its rightful place in Seychelles’ calendar of events,” said Minister St.Ange.

The Chief Executive of Air Seychelles, Cramer Ball, said the national carrier is proud to sign the sponsorship right agreement.

“Air Seychelles is one of the key pillars of economy. We believe that culture and tourism should co-exist, and we are proud as a company to give our commitment to this agreement and to make our presence visible in this festival.”


“Air Seychelles contributes daily to the the Creole Spirit which is the experience of Seychelles in a nutshell. Our service is tailored to make all our guests feel the sights, sounds, and fragrances of Seychelles and which captures the spontaneous joie-de-vivre, passion, and natural warmth of the Seychellois people shining through their attitude to life and the way they interact with others,” added Mr. Ball.