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As tourism re-opens, Delta World Charter fuels up their Jets

As more travel restrictions ease around the world, countries are making plans to reopen their borders to tourists. The Seychelles, where tourism is one of the country's most important sectors, now allows visitors to its remote islands, but only if they are travelling by private jet, according to Department of Health Seychelles. As well as having to charter a plane to get there, trave...

ExecuJet opens new FBO in the Seychelles

ExecuJet, part of the Luxaviation Group, is announcing the opening of a new FBO facility in the Seychelles.  ExecuJet’s Seychelles FBO, to be officially opened on 1 August 2018, is located at Seychelles International Airport on the island of Mahé and will be operated by ExecuJet in partnership with Euro Aviation Limited. The new facility will be available to all c...

Air Seychelles celebrates as new twin otter Aircraft joins the fleet

Air Seychelles has officially welcomed the newest member of its domestic fleet, a DHC-6 Twin Otter Series 400 aircraft, to Seychelles.The iconic turboprop aircraft, named “Isle of Denis” after a small coral island lying 95 km northeast of Mahé, was recently delivered from Canada and is the sixth Twin Otter aircraft in the fleet. A large delegation headed by Danny Faure, Vic...