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Air Austral will fly to Mayotte from Marseille during summer

Posted 31 March 2021 · Add Comment

Air Austral has planned two weekly flights to Mayotte (Dzaoudzi) from Marseille during summer 2021.

Air Austral has planned two weekly flights to Mayotte (Dzaoudzi) from Marseille during  summer 2021. Tickets are already on sale for flights scheduled as from June and operated by a Dreamliner.

The Reunion Island airline is thus responding to high demand from travellers and its markets. Through this new programme, Air Austral is not only diversifying its offer from Mayotte but it will also enable Mahorans to travel while respecting government decisions to thwart the Covid-19 pandemic.

This new route adds up to the existing one launched five years ago between Paris and Dzaoudzi. For the past 40 years, Air Austral has been connecting Mayotte to the rest of the world while promoting this destination within its route expansion strategy.

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