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  • One-way special flights inbound or outbound of Seychelles for visitors and Seychellois residents wishing to return to their home country.
  • New guidelines for passengers to follow during check-in, boarding, in-flight and upon disembarkation.

To streamline its domestic operations in adopting with the new normal, as a preventive measure against COVID-19, and following guidance from the Department of Health, Air Seychelles has started to implement several new procedures for guests travelling between Mahe and Praslin. 
  

  • 15 flights operated in April 2020.
  • Over 73 tons of cargo carried including 26 tons of medical supplies.

Air Seychelles has today announced that the airline will continue to offer cargo services amidst the global COVID-19 pandemic to ensure medical supplies and essential commodities in the Seychelles are adequately met.

Air Seychelles has today announced that the airline will resume its domestic operations between Mahe and Praslin, effective Monday, 4 May 2020, following the removal of all restrictions on the movement of Seychellois citizens due to COVID-19.

The airline will operate two roundtrips per day between Mahe and Praslin, a convenient morning and late afternoon flight in both directions.

Air Seychelles, has today announced that the national carrier is planning to operate a series of repatriation flights starting in the coming weeks, to return stranded visitors or Gainful Occupation Permit (GOP) holders to their home country.

Air Seychelles has today announced that the airline will be suspending its domestic services temporarily effective Friday, 10 April 2020.
The decision was taken following guidance and intensified measures being implemented by the health authorities, including the importance of maintaining social distancing against the spread of COVID-19.

Air Seychelles has today announced that the national carrier will be operating a series of cargo flights across the region to maintain the import and export supply chain in the Seychelles.

Air Seychelles has today announced that the airline has suspended all flights across its regional network due the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 and following guidance from the local Department of Health, Air Seychelles will temporarily close its offices in Mahe as follows:

Effective Saturday, 21 March 2020, Air Seychelles will be revising its flight schedule to Praslin, due to reduced demand following the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Air Seychelles has today announced that the airline has taken delivery of its new A320neo aircraft registered as ‘S7-PTI’.

Air Seychelles has today announced that effective immediately the airline will temporarily suspend it services to Mauritius.

The decision was taken following travel advisory issued by the Mauritius government restricting all foreigners from entering the Mauritian territory for the next 14 days due to the outbreak of COVID-19.

Air Seychelles has today announced that the airline will implement further changes on its route network, following the outbreak of The Novel Coronavirus (COVID -19).

Air Seychelles has today announced that the airline will be cancelling a series of flights across its regional and domestic network following a significant downturn in air travel, due to the outbreak of The Novel Coronavirus (COVID -19).

Air Seychelles has introduced a new waiver policy to provide travellers more flexibility and peace of mind when booking their trip across the airline’s regional network.

As part of its fleet transformation plan, Air Seychelles will once again take delivery of a brand new A320neo aircraft in March 2020. In preparation for the arrival of the aircraft into the Seychelles, since late 2019, several teams across the business have started to meet both locally and in Hamburg, home to a large number of Airbus sites as part of the entry into service.

Air Seychelles together with the Seychelles Tourism Board (STB) including key representatives from the local tourism industry, recently participated in the largest and most influential international travel trade gathering held in Mumbai.

Air Seychelles has today confirmed that its second Airbus A320neo aircraft will be named after one of Seychelles critically endangered bird called ‘Pti Merl Dezil’ also known as the ‘Seychelles Warbler’.

Air Seychelles has today announced that the national airline has recorded an extremely strong performance in its ground handling business in 2019.

Air Seychelles, the national airline of the Republic of Seychelles, has successfully passed the comprehensive Air Transport Association (IATA) Operational Safety Audit (IOSA).