Air Seychelles is working closely with the High Commission of India and the Department of Foreign Affairs to plan a series of special flights to key cities in India including Ahmedabad, Cochin, Chennai, Delhi and Mumbai.

To monitor the demand and to receive up-to-date information regarding the flights, travellers are invited to register their interest via the Air Seychelles web page at

For further ease of reference throughout the registration process, information gathered will also be shared with the High Commission of India and the Department of Foreign Affairs.

Passengers holding an unused Air Seychelles ticket due to travel from Seychelles to Mumbai and were unable to complete their journey due to COVID-19 restrictions, must submit a sample of the ticket to the airline prior to being accepted on the flight. Additional charges will apply based on the fare of the ticket at the time of purchase.

As tickets issued by another airline or a codeshare partner will not be accepted, passengers holding these tickets will be recommended upon acceptance for travel on these flights to purchase an Air Seychelles ticket.

Passengers are requested to remain informed on the appropriate entry regulations and health requirements at their final destination.

All flights will be subjected to the approval of the government at each destination including regulatory approval as well as that of the Seychelles Department of Health.

About Air Seychelles

Air Seychelles was established in 1978 and began long-haul service in 1983. The airline currently offers international flights to, Johannesburg, Mauritius, Mumbai and Tel Aviv. Air Seychelles also offers more than 350 domestic scheduled flights a week throughout the archipelago, including domestic charter services. As the national airline of the Republic of Seychelles, Air Seychelles is a pillar of tourism, the island nation’s strongest and growing economic sector. The airline maintains a strategic partnership with Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates and 40 per cent stakeholder.