The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, home to three populous cities of more than a million people, including Riyadh, Jeddah and Mecca will host the 44th edition of the Dakar Rally in January, 2022.

Air Seychelles has today marked another historical milestone by operating for the first time ever to the principal plus most populous metropolitan region of the Philippines, the center of industrial development as well as the international port of entry, Manila.

Air Seychelles has proudly hosted the Queen’s baton on board its Twin Otter aircraft in the early morning hours today, on its journey from Mahe to Praslin.

Following demand from the local market, Air Seychelles has today announced that the airline will operate two flights from Seychelles to Madagascar on 16 December, 2021 and 10 January, 2022 respectively.

Air Seychelles has today announced that the airline will be adjusting its Johannesburg, Maldives and Tel Aviv flights schedule, following new travel bans imposed by these countries, in an effort to prevent the spread of the Omicron coronavirus variant.

Air Seychelles will be operating its scheduled flight HM60 from South Africa to the Seychelles tomorrow Sunday, 28 November 2021 for Seychellois and residents returning back into the Seychelles from South Africa.

Air Seychelles has today confirmed that the national airline will resume scheduled passenger flights between India and the Seychelles effective 2 December, 2021.

Air Seychelles has today carried the Seychelles national football team from Maldives to homeland following their victory at the Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa Trophy competition held in Sri Lanka.

Air Seychelles yesterday flew India men's national cricket team to Johannesburg for their 2021-22 South African Tour three four-day matches and series set to start from 23 November, 2021.

To mark Black Friday, Air Seychelles will operate a special flight between Seychelles and Dubai International Airport Terminal 1 on 26 November, 2021.

Sri Lanka has been welcoming visitors across the globe amidst the pandemic since the end of January 2021.

Following demand from the local market, Air Seychelles will this November establish connections with the South East Asian country by operating a special flight to the commercial capital of Sri Lanka’s largest city, Colombo.

Air Seychelles celebrated a historic milestone on Thursday, 21 October for having its premium lounge recognised for the first time ever as ‘Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline Lounge’ at the 2021 World Travel Awards.

Air Seychelles has won four highly-prized accolades at this year’s World Travel Awards (WTA), including the most coveted title of ‘Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline’ for the second consecutive year and ‘Indian Ocean's Leading Airline Lounge’ for the first time in history.

Need to go on a trip for your medical check-up? Thinking of visiting your friends and family in Sri Lanka?

Air Seychelles is pleased to offer you just that through its special flight to Sri Lanka!

The African qualifying competition for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022TM has resumed with matches starting from 6 October 2021 across the continent.

Dear Colleagues,

Air Seychelles has today entered company reorganisation with the appointment of administrators in relation to the company. In company reorganisation, Air Seychelles willcontinue to operate as it has before the appointment of the administrators and the company's employees in flight operations as well as in ground-handling will continue to be employed.

The unprecedented times have not only changed the way people interact with each other, but it has also changed the manner in which shipping of goods is handled.

In an exciting development for island-deprived travellers since the advent of global lockdowns, Air Seychelles (HM) by popular demand is pleased to announce the start of a great partnership with Visit Maldives, following the resumption of the airline's weekly commercial flights in July from Johannesburg to Maldives, via Seychelles.

The long awaited destination, located much closer to home, will be fully open in three weeks. Offering fantastic fares starting from SCR4, 975 in Economy Class, the national flag carrier is all set to fly back to Mauritius as from 3 October, 2021.

Chartering an aircraft has become the best way for sports professionals travelling from one destination to another, without the long wait at commercial airports during this pandemic.

With some of the major sporting events lined up in 2021, Air Seychelles continues to be the preferred airline for teams to charter across the Indian Ocean and Africa.

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