Air Seychelles introduces Creole music channels by DJ EZY D
Air Seychelles has today introduced a new music channel onboard its flights dedicated to creole music.
Dubbed “Sounds of Seychelles”, the new channel features a two-hour mix produced and presented by Daniel Vadivello, otherwise known as DJ Ezy D, one of the most popular DJs and entertainers on the island archipelago.
Guests flying with Air Seychelles who tune in to the Sounds of Seychelles channel can look forward to discovering and enjoying a great variety of songs by well-known artists from the Seychelles.
Roy Kinnear, Chief Executive Officer of Air Seychelles, said: “The Seychelles has a fantastic musical heritage that DJ Ezy D has really managed to capture in this two hour mix, which serves as a great introduction to the music scene on our islands.
“The hallmark of our service as the flag carrier of Seychelles is to offer travellers an authentically creole experience, whether that is from the food on our inflight menu, the warm hospitality of our crew, or as in this case, music.
“We are delighted to work with DJ Ezy D, who has a large fan base in Seychelles and abroad, on debuting our new creole music channel.”
Along with listening to this mix, travellers can watch the latest Hollywood blockbusters, catch up on poplar TV shows, or sit back and enjoy the latest chart-topping albums when they fly with Air Seychelles.
About Air Seychelles
Air Seychelles was established in 1978 and began long-haul service in 1983. The airline currently offers international flights to Abu Dhabi, Antananarivo, Durban, Düsseldorf, Johannesburg, Mauritius, Mumbai and Paris. Air Seychelles also offers more than 200 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.