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Air Austral updates its flight programme

Posted 18 November 2020 · Add Comment

The airline will resume its regional flights as from mid-December 2020.

Air Austral is adjusting its flight programme and operations for the coming months depending on the evolution of the Covid-19 pandemic. The programme remains subject to the restrictions imposed by governments. As such, customers will thus be able to organise, postpone or cancel their tickets.

Air Austral intends to resume its flights to Madagascar as from December 1, 2020 with two weekly frequencies between Reunion Island and Antananarivo, two weekly flights to Nosy Be, one weekly frequency to Tamatave and one weekly flight between Reunion Island and Tulear / Fort Dauphin.

Air Austral maintains the suspension of its flights to Mauritius and the Comoro Islands until December 17. Flights will restart on December 18, 2020 with 3 daily frequencies to Mauritius and one daily flight to Moroni as per the IATA winter season.

There will be no flights from / to Bangkok, Chennai, Johannesburg and the Seychelles until December 17 included. They are scheduled for December 18, 2020 with one frequency per week to these destinations.

The programme between Paris-Mayotte and Reunion Island-Mayotte are maintained with respectively three and four flights per week. Air Austral is adapting its flight schedule regarding its main route Reunion Island-Paris to travel demand.

Facilities to change,postpone or cancel flights will be available till June 15, 2021.
 
 
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