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Air Seychelles recognised as Indian Ocean’s leading airline at 2020 world travel awards

Posted 11 November 2020 · Add Comment

Air Seychelles has won three major accolades including the most coveted title of ‘Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline’ at this year’s World Travel Awards.

The Seychelles national carrier has also been recognized as ‘Indian Ocean's Leading Airline - Business Class 2020’ and ‘Indian Ocean's Leading Cabin Crew 2020’. The annual programme is renowned as the most prestigious and comprehensive in the global industry, celebrating excellence across the travel, tourism and hospitality sectors.

Remco Althuis, Chief Executive Officer of Air Seychelles said: “Over the last two years, Air Seychelles has implemented several projects as part of its transformation plan, to further build its reputation in the Indian Ocean and in Africa. Some of these projects included the modernization of the airlines’ jet fleet which included the acquisition and delivery of Africa's first A320neo in the Seychelles, featuring an enhanced Business and Economy Class Cabin, as well as the unveiling of a stylish new uniform design for the Cabin Crew members".

Graham E. Cooke, Founder of World Travel Awards, said: “Despite the unprecedented challenges faced by the aviation industry, this year, Air Seychelles has demonstrated unrivalled resilience, allowing it to continue delivering superb customer service".

 
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