Air Seychelles is planning to operate a special flight from Seychelles to Bangladesh to facilitate the travel of Bangladeshi nationals to their home.
As a mitigation against the spread of COVID-19 upon arrival in Bangladesh, travellers holding a valid visa will need to produce a negative COVID-19 certificate with English translation conducted within 72 hours of their travel.
For those possessing the No Visa Required (NVR) certificate failing to produce the negative COVID-19 certificate, mandatory quarantine in a government facility for 14 days upon arrival will apply.
In regards to travellers holding both the NVR and the negative COVID-19 certificate, the 14 day self-quarantined policy will need to be followed. Note in all three cases exemption will be made for children below 10 years old.
Due to the dynamism of the COVID-19 pandemic, all flights will be subjected to the approval of the government including regulatory approval as well as that of the health authorities at each destination.
About Air Seychelles
The Seychelles' national carrier was incorporated in 1977 and was formally named 'Air Seychelles' in 1978. The airline began long-haul operations in 1983 and continues to remain one of the tourism pillars contributing towards the island's strongest growing economic sector.
In 2021, Air Seychelles managed to retain the most coveted title of ‘Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline’ at the World Travel Awards including, ‘Indian Ocean's Leading Airline - Business Class and Indian Ocean's Leading Cabin Crew . The airline also marked a historic milestone at the 28th edition of the World Travel Awards for having its premium lounge recognised for the first time ever as ‘Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline Lounge 2021’.