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Air Seychelles Gears Up for Holiday Travel Boom

Holiday-seeking UAE residents will have a chance to fly with Air Seychelles as the airline has introduced a seven day return trip to the Indian Ocean archipelago at a time when airlines are picking up on seasonal traffic with the launch of new routes and organizing charter flights to popular holiday destinations.

The flight will depart Dubai International Airport Terminal 1 on Friday, Nov. 27, 2021 at 8:00 a.m. local time while the returning flight will depart Seychelles on Dec. 3, 2021 at 12:45 p.m.

The convenient timings provide visitors with seven days and six nights in Seychelles at an affordable rate.

All travelers to the Indian Ocean paradise must hold a negative COVID-19 PCR certificate taken no more than 72 hours before departure regardless of vaccination status.

Visitors must also complete the mandatory Health Travel Authorization before arriving at the airport and observe existing health regulations including wearing face masks and social distancing during their visit.

‘Best Airline in the Indian Ocean

Air Seychelles has won four accolades at this year’s World Travel Awards, including the most coveted title of ‘Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline’ for the second consecutive year and ‘Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline Lounge’ for the first time in history.

The airline has also been recognized as ‘Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline – Business Class 2021’ and Indian Ocean’s Leading Cabin Crew 2021′ at the 28th edition of the annual World Travel Awards.

Sandy Benoiton, Air Seychelles acting chief executive officer said in a statement, “Winning the World Travel Awards including the title of ‘Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline’ for the second year running is definitely a remarkable achievement for Air Seychelles guests, partners and staff members.”

Author

  • Victor Shalton

    Born and raised in Nairobi, Kenya, Victor’s love for aviation goes way back to when he was 11-years-old. Living close to Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, he developed a love for planes and he even recalls aspiring to be a future airline executive for Kenya Airways. He also has a passion in the arts and loves writing and had his own aviation blog prior to joining AirlineGeeks. He is currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in business administration at DeKUT and aspiring to make a career in a more aviation-related course.

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