Air Seychelles assisted a well-known local Conservation Biologist Dr. Gerard Rocamora in transporting his latest book, a total of 800 copies, titled “Invasive Alien Species in Seychelles” from Paris to Seychelles. Manager for Corporate Social Responsibility, Josie Michaud-Payet handed over the consignment as part of Air Seychelles corporate social responsibility, positioning our airline as environment friendly airline and supporting good initiatives to protect and raise conservation awareness in Seychelles.  The 250 page book entitled ‘Invasive Alien Species in Seychelles’ is in English, and is a joint publication of the Island Biodiversity and Conservation centre of the University of Seychelles, the GEF/UNDP funded Project Coordinating Unit of the Seychelles Government, the Muséum national d'histoire naturelle (Paris) and its publisher Biotope Editions.  

About Air Seychelles

The Seychelles’ national carrier has been flying for over 45 years. Wholly owned by the Government of Seychelles, the carrier operates regionally from its home in Mahe to Tel Aviv, Johannesburg, Mumbai, Mauritius, and Colombo with state- of-the-art Airbus A320NEOs. Domestically, the carrier operates up to 30 roundtrips a day to Praslin, the second largest island in the archipelago, along with various charters to other islands on its twin-otter fleet.

In 2023, Air Seychelles was awarded the coveted titles of ‘World’s Leading Airline to the Indian Ocean’, at the 30th edition of the World Travel Awards as well as, ‘Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline Economy Class’ and ‘Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline Brand’


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