Air Seychelles flies non-stop to Paris


Air Seychelles will launch three weekly non-stop Paris (France) flights from July, replacing the current twice-weekly service via Abu Dhabi. It also has plans to increase weekly frequencies on its regional network from April.

The non-stop Paris service will continue to be operated to Charles de Gaulle International Airport on an Airbus A330-200.

The regional network development strategy will see Air Seychelles upgrade Mauritius and Mumbai (India) to four times a week services and operate an additional third flight per week to Antananarivo (Madagascar), bringing an additional 21,000 regional return seats to Seychelles per year.

Including its current scheduled twice-weekly service to Dar es Salaam (Tanzania) and three weekly flights to Johannesburg (South Africa), this regional network enhancement will now see Air Seychelles offer 16 return services per week in the Indian Ocean region – up from 13 previously. 
In addition, Etihad Airways and Air Seychelles will together offer a double daily service between Seychelles and Abu Dhabi (UAE), up from its current 13 flights per week. Building on access to the China market, the three weekly flights between Seychelles and Hong Kong will be incorporated into a daily codeshare service operated by Etihad, providing guests with access to and from Hong Kong on every day of the week.