Air Seychelles, the Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline, is gearing up for an increase in demand from the Tel Aviv market due to the upcoming Israeli holidays. The Sukkot celebrations marks the second largest holiday period in Israel after Passover.

Air Seychelles stands proud to have been chosen as the preferred airline to carry the nation’s sports delegations to Antananarivo in Madagascar for the Indian Ocean Island Games 2023.

Air Seychelles bade farewell to one of its longest serving pilots and aviation pioneer, Captain Francois Jackson on Thursday 17 August 2023 as he touched down at the Seychelles International Airport for the last time on his final flight HM048 from Mauritius. The flight was greeted by a traditional water cannon salute in honour of Captain Jackson for his many years of service.

Air Seychelles, the national carrier of the Republic of Seychelles announces a profit of USD 8.4 million for the year 2022.

This was the first year of profit for Air Seychelles since 2016 when it reported a small gain of USD 425k.

In a short ceremony held at the School for the Exceptional Child yesterday, Friday 14th July 2023, members of the Air Seychelles Tourism Club handed over the keys to a sensory room they had put together to the Head Teacher, Mrs Heidi Francourt.

Air Seychelles, the national airline of the Republic of Seychelles successfully launched its new service to the vibrant capital city of Colombo this week.

Members from the Technical Operations Department at Air Seychelles were paid a courtesy call from the visiting CINEC delegation on Wednesday 07 June, at the national airline’s head office in Pointe Larue.

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Air Seychelles is pleased to announce that it will add service from its home base of Mahe, Seychelles to Colombo, Sri Lanka with twice weekly flights commencing in June.

Air Seychelles and the Tourism Department have today signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to renew efforts into boosting inbound tourism into the Seychelles and attract travelers across the airline’s regional network. The agreement aims to increase awareness and magnify the Seychelles experience for leisure travelers to visit the archipelago’s unique attractions.


Recovering from the debilitating effects of the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic which brought many uncertainties to the aviation industry, as well as coming out of Administration in November, the national carrier can now review its performance from the past year with a more optimistic outlook.

Air Seychelles is pleased to announce that it has successfully passed and received its IOSA Renewal Certification this year. This marks the tenth time the carrier has successfully achieved this renewal. The National carrier’s first certification was obtained in 2006.

Air Seychelles together with Tourism Seychelles has recently participated in OTM and SATTE in India and IMTM in Israel this February.

The OTM is the largest and most international gathering of travel trade buyers and professionals in India and across Asia. The annual event was held in the busiest financial city of Mumbai between 02nd and 04th February.

Air Seychelles, the national airline of the Republic of Seychelles has today welcomed its first flight from Almaty, linking the Central Asian country of Kazakhstan to the paradisiacal islands of the Seychelles.

Air Seychelles was proud to fly the bulk of the Seychelles delegation bound for the CJSOI 2022 games via a chartered flight this morning to Mauritius.

Air Seychelles, the national airline of the Republic of Seychelles, will be launching a new route this December with twice weekly flights between Almaty, Kazakhstan and Mahe, Seychelles. The seasonal service begins 26 December and will operate until 27 March, 2023.

Air Seychelles has won four major awards, including the most coveted title of ‘Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline’ at this year’s World Travel Awards inaugural Indian Ocean Winners Day, recently held at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre (KICC) in Nairobi.

Air Seychelles today achieved another important milestone in its flights between Israel and Seychelles. The carrier became the first airline to receive permission from the Saudi Arabian authorities to overfly their territory on flights between the two countries.

The Government of Seychelles, the Administrators, the Board and the Management of Air Seychelles are pleased to announce that the winding up petition, which had been filed against Air Seychelles by the representatives of the Noteholder Committee of the Bondholders, has today, on the 11 May 2022, been withdrawn by their representatives.

As travel restrictions' eases globally and with the school holidays in the Seychelles starting soon, Air Seychelles Ground Services is expected to witness a peak in travel this upcoming Easter holiday until the end of April 2022.

Amidst the pandemic leading to uncertainties within the aviation industry, Air Seychelles has described 2021 as a year filled with agility and resilience, following a review of its 2021 performance.

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