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Air Seychelles adds Tel Aviv back to its route network |19 November 2020

Air Seychelles adds Tel Aviv back to its route network

Air Seychelles inflight team prior to departure to Tel Aviv (Photo source: Air Seychelles)

Air Seychelles has added Tel Aviv back to its route network following the successful restart of commercial passenger services between Israel and Seychelles.

The national carrier operated its first flight from Ben Gurion Airport in the late evening on Tuesday November 17, arriving at the Seychelles International Airport at 7.45am.

Commanded by Captain Vincent Carlier together with First Officer Bertrand Mein, the excited guests flying to paradise were tended to by cabin manager Joanne Auguste, cabin senior Christinne Henriette as well as flight attendants Herve Bonne and Elaine Marie. The flight was also supported by engineer Denys Hassan.

During the month of November, Air Seychelles will operate four-weekly flights on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays from Tel Aviv to Seychelles. Carefully timed with late evening departures from Tel Aviv, the flight will allow guests to fall asleep throughout their journey and wake up completely refreshed, ready to discover the many treasures of the Seychelles islands upon arrival in the morning.

To book the flights already on sale travellers are invited to visit, contact the call centre on +248 4391000 or their local travel agent.

The returning flight set on Mondays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays will depart Seychelles at 1730hrs to arrive in Tel Aviv at 2150hrs.

Tel Aviv is the second route added onto the Air Seychelles network after the resumption of flights to Johannesburg last week. Following the positive response received from the market, Air Seychelles will continue to work closely with international and local authorities to meet the travel demand on this route while ensuring the health and safety of its guests and flight crew remains a top priority.


Press release from Air Seychelles

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