Air Seychelles restores full network connectivity and releases new flight schedule

(Posted 21st January 2022)

Air Seychelles has today announced its 2022 February flight schedule, now that the airline has
resumed commercial passenger services back to all its pre-pandemic destinations, including
Johannesburg, Mauritius, Tel Aviv and Mumbai.
As part of its plan to rebuild its route network, reaffirming its commitment to its markets, Air
Seychelles has in-line with the gradual return in demand, adjusted its flight schedule for the month
of February 2022.

Travelers can view the schedule by visiting http://www.airseychelles.com to book their seats for the
following services:


 Johannesburg – Twice weekly flights on Thursdays and Sundays.
 Mumbai – Weekly flights departing Seychelles on Sundays returning from Mumbai on
Mondays.
 Tel Aviv and Mauritius – Weekly flights on Wednesdays.
 Maldives – Resuming on 4th of March, 2022.

To ensure that Air Seychelles continues to operate safely, the airline will continue to work closely
with all stakeholders to safeguard the health of its passengers and crew members.
Travelers are thus being reminded to follow all the health guidelines which are still in place and to
have all the necessary travel documents as requested by the country of destination upon checkin prior to departure. For those bound to the Seychelles besides the 72 hour PCR test, please ensure
to hold the mandatory Health Travel Authorization submitted at seychelles.govtas.com prior to
entering the country.
Amidst the unprecedented operating environment which can cause unexpected flight disruption
related to COVID-19, Air Seychelles has also extended its waiver policy to provide travelers more
flexibility and confidence when planning their travel. Travelers are invited to view the ’Rebook and
Refund Policy’ via airseychelles.com for more information.

Only recently was Air Seychelles named as operating #Africa’s third youngest fleet for 2021 by CH Aviation. Click on https://atcnews.org/2022/01/18/air-seychelles-operates-third-youngest-fleet-in-africa/ for the full article.

S7-LDI Air Seychelles De Havilland Canada DHC-6-300 Twin Otter Photo by  Michael Stappen | ID 911231 | Planespotters.net

The airline operates two Airbus A320Neo’s and five De Havilland Canada (formerly Bombardier) DHC 6-400 aircraft.

To meet the gradual demand rise from the South African market, Air Seychelles will start to offer
travelers two flights per week between Johannesburg and the Seychelles, from 03rd of February, 2022.
Scheduled on Thursdays and Sundays, flight HM060 will depart O R Tambo International Airport at
13:50hrs to arrive in the Seychelles at 20:45hrs, whilst flight HM061 bound to South Africa will
depart the archipelago at 9:25hrs to arrive in Johannesburg at 12:30hrs.
Set to be operated by the airlines’ fleet of A320neo aircraft, the increased service will provide
business and leisure travelers more choice when planning their trip between the two countries,
including a seamless connection for those traveling on the Sunday flight to Mumbai of less than 2
hours layover in the Seychelles.
Remaining committed to maintaining the vital tourism link established between Johannesburg and
Maldives, Air Seychelles confirms that while flights will remain on pause in February, the airline will
restore connectivity to this island nation effective 04th of March 2022, providing travelers the chance and
more options to plan their well-deserved tropical getaway to the Indian Ocean.
To book these flights travelers are invited to visit http://www.airseychelles.com or contact a travel agent.
Amidst the unprecedented environment, travelers are encouraged to follow all regulations prior to
departure and at the country of destination.
In the meantime, Air Seychelles will continue to monitor its performance to rebuild its network and
offer more options as travel confidence returns

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