(Posted 08th April 2022)
AIR SEYCHELLES GOES ALL OUT IN ISRAEL, MAXIMISE PRESENCE AT IMTM, INCREASE
19 roundtrips scheduled between Seychelles and Tel Aviv in April 2022
Over 3000 Israeli visitors expected to be carried in the Seychelles
Series of weekly charters from Tel Aviv to Maldives and Mauritius established
Air Seychelles is going all out to strengthen its position in becoming the airline of choice to the
Seychelles and beyond, within the Israeli market.
Kick starting its extensive range of media, trade and marketing activities in the most vibrant city of
Tel Aviv last week, the lively colors of the Air Seychelles livery attracted a large scale of visitors and
travel trade professionals at the 28th edition of the International Mediterranean Tourism Market
Featuring exhibitors and trendsetters from every aspect of Israel’s tourism, alongside a significant
number of exhibitors from overseas, the travel trade fair also comprised of workshops, seminars and
Professionals from all service levels in tourism and travel, had a great opportunity throughout these
events to network with other colleagues, gaining latest industry insights, in addition to meeting
Maximizing its presence at the fair, the airline was also able to showcase its product, services, and
special deals on offer to those planning their summer getaway in advance to further boost
confidence amongst the travelling public.
Commenting about the travel show, Charles Johnson, Air Seychelles Chief Commercial Officer said:
“As the only non-stop carrier between Seychelles and Israel, we are thrilled to yet again increase our
capacity on this popular route to meet the peak season demand. Air Seychelles has become the airline of choice for Israeli’s flying everywhere in the Indian Ocean, and this April is no exception. With relaxed travel rules and a desire for sea, sun and sand destinations, Air Seychelles is able to deliver Israeli’s to Seychelles, Maldives and Mauritius for the holiday of their dreams.”
During the upcoming Passover holidays in April, Air Seychelles is scheduled to operate 19 roundtrips
between Seychelles and Tel Aviv carrying over 3,000 Israeli visitors to the island.
To recall, amidst the unprecedented operating environment in 2021, the Seychelles national airline carried over 5125 visitors from Tel Aviv to the Seychelles of which 2,473 visitors alone was recorded in September.
Maintaining its momentum as the Indian Ocean’s Leading airline, Air Seychelles will also operate a
series of weekly charters from Tel Aviv to Maldives and Mauritius to further meet travel demands to
unique beach destinations.
Members of the Air Seychelles team at IMTM also included Sales Manager, Eliza Moise, Manager
Network Planning and Aero-politics, Joshua Larue and Revenue Management Analyst, Abirami