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Air Austral updates its flights programme

Posted 24 August 2020 · Add Comment

Air Austral is extending the suspension of its flights to Asia and its regional network until at least September 30, 2020

This suspension is due to government restrictions in countries that Air Austral serves in the Indian Ocean region and in Asia. It concerns the following routes :  Reunion Island -Bangkok, Reunion-Madagascar, Reunion-South Africa, Reunion-India, Reunion-Seychelles and Reunion-Mauritius.

However, Air Austral remains prepared for a rapid restart of its regional flights.

A heavy activity is maintained on the routes La Réunion-Paris (one daily flight), La Réunion-Mayotte (4 flights  weekly) and Mayotte-Paris (4 flights per week). Some flights between Reunion Island and Marseille are also scheduled during the holidays.

To be noted that Air Seychelles will operate an additional service to Ahmedabad and Mumbai on 2 September, 2020 to provide Indian citizens the opportunity to return to their home.




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