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Air France signs cooperation deal with Air Seychelles

Air France signs cooperation deal with Air Seychelles

13 April 2015 Airline News

Air Seychelles and Air France have signed a memorandum of understanding, heralding a new era of commercial cooperation between the two carriers. The agreement was signed at a meeting in Aix en Provence in France between Joël Morgan, Seychelles minister of foreign affairs and transport and chairman of Air Seychelles, and Frédéric Gagey, chairman of Air France.

Air Seychelles launches new Paris departures

Air Seychelles launches new Paris departures

26 March 2015 Airline News

Air Seychelles will launch three weekly non-stop Paris flights from July 2015, replacing the current twice-weekly service to the French capital via Abu Dhabi, and dramatically increase weekly frequencies on its regional network from April 2015. This non-stop Paris service will continue to be operated to Charles de Gaulle airport on an Air Seychelles Airbus A330-200 aircraft.

Air Seychelles builds presence in Europe with Etihad codeshare

Air Seychelles builds presence in Europe with Etihad codeshare

10 March 2015 Focus

Air Seychelles continues to build its presence in Europe with the expansion of its codeshare agreement with Etihad Airways to include flights to Athens and Belgrade. Manoj Papa, Air Seychelles chief executive, said: “This expansion adds two important cities to our network, making Europe more accessible to our customers and strengthening our brand presence in this important region.”

Air Seychelles celebrates following World Travel Awards victory

Air Seychelles celebrates following World Travel Awards victory

9 September 2014 Airline News Travel Events News

Air Seychelles, the national airline of the Republic of Seychelles, has scooped two coveted accolades at the World Travel Awards Africa & Indian Ocean Gala Ceremony, further enhancing its status as the leading carrier in the Indian Ocean region and beyond. The airline was awarded the titles of Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline – Business Class and Indian Ocean’s Leading Cabin Crew.

Air Seychelles and Hong Kong Airlines in codeshare deal

Air Seychelles and Hong Kong Airlines in codeshare deal

31 August 2014 Airline News

Air Seychelles and Hong Kong Airlines have signed a codeshare agreement to provide travellers with enhanced connections in Asia, Africa and the Middle East. Under the codeshare agreement, Air Seychelles will place its ‘HM’ code on Hong Kong Airlines’ flights between Hong Kong and the capital of Thailand, Bangkok.

Seychelles tourism minister highlights close ties with South Africa

Seychelles tourism minister highlights close ties with South Africa

Alain St.Ange, the Seychelles minister responsible for tourism and culture, and Manoj Papa, chief executive of Air Seychelles, have jointly chaired a press conference at the Hilton Hotel in Durban South Africa to update the press on the state of tourism in the Seychelles. Miss Seychelles 2013, Agnes Gerry and two Air Seychelles cabin crew were on hand to welcome the press to the conference that had been jointly organised by David Germain and Marsha Parcou of the Seychelles Tourism Board in South Africa and Josie Michaud-Payet and Cindy Vidot of Air Seychelles.

New chief executive appointed to Air Seychelles

New chief executive appointed to Air Seychelles

31 January 2014 Airline News

Air Seychelles has confirmed the appointment of Manoj Papa as its new chief executive, succeeding Cramer Ball, who has tendered his resignation. Papa joins from South African Airways, where he held the position of acting general manager, commercial, overseeing the entire commercial portfolio for the airline.

Air Seychelles and Vanilla Islands sign partnership agreement

Air Seychelles and Vanilla Islands sign partnership agreement

17 January 2014 Airline News Tourism News

Air Seychelles has signed an agreement with the Vanilla Islands Organisation to increase visitor numbers to the Indian Ocean. Under the strategic marketing agreement, the signatories will invest in a range of cooperative programs and products to attract visitors to the Indian Ocean from Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Middle East.