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Air Seychelles to resume flights from Mumbai and Dubai

Posted 12 March 2021 · Add Comment

Air Seychelles will resume commercial passenger flights from Mumbai and Dubai.

Effective Wednesday, 7 April 2021, Air Seychelles will resume passenger flights from Seychelles to India’s largest city and financial centre, Mumbai after one year of absence on the route.

The twice weekly flights to be operated by the airline’s A320neo aircraft follows the air bubble agreement between India and the Seychelles allowing the two countries to operate commercial passenger services. It has been carefully planned to provide business and leisure travellers, the chance to book a short or extended holiday in the Seychelles. With the ideal weather at this time of the year, visitors can enjoy abundant sunshine when exploring the Seychelles Islands through a wide range of activities or even opt to tie the knot at a secluded location on the beach for an unforgettable holiday.

Air Seychelles also operates weekly flights from Seychelles to Dubai World Central Airport (between 26 March and 29 May, 2021). To provide business and leisure travellers a full week in Dubai, the returning flight from DWC will operate on Saturday morning’s, arriving back to the island around midday.


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