#AirSeychelles reviews network plans


(Posted 02nd December 2021)

Air Seychelles has announced that the airline will be adjusting its Johannesburg, Maldives and Tel Aviv flights schedule, following new travel bans imposed by these countries, in an effort to prevent the spread of the Omicron coronavirus variant.

To allow Israeli citizens currently in the Seychelles the opportunity to return home, Air Seychelles will operate flights from Seychelles to Ben Gurion International Airport on Monday 29th of November, Wednesday 01st of December and Monday 06th of December.

Flight HM22 will depart Seychelles International Airport at 1730hrs to arrive in Israel at 2150hrs. HM22 on Tuesday, 30th of November between Seychelles and Tel Aviv has been cancelled and passengers booked on this date are advised to contact their travel agency, the airlines call center via email at callcentre or call +2484391000 to be transferred on the flight departing Seychelles on Wednesday, 1 December, 2021.

After 06th of December 2021, all flights between Tel Aviv and Seychelles have been cancelled until Monday, 20th of December, 2021.

For passengers bound to South Africa, Air Seychelles will operate three flights on 01st, 05th and 13th of December, 2021 departing Seychelles at 9.25hrs to arrive at O R Tambo International Airport at 12.30hrs.

Due to restrictions imposed by the Seychelles health authorities on visitors entering Seychelles from South Africa, only passengers receiving a Health Travel Approval will be allowed on the returning flight departing Johannesburg at 1350hrs to arrive in Seychelles at 2045hrs.

Flights between Seychelles and South Africa will return to its normal schedule as of 15th of December 2021, subject to government approval.

All flights to Mauritius and Mumbai with onward connections to Johannesburg will remain as scheduled whilst the airline continues to monitor the situation across its network to resume commercial services as soon as the situation improves.

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