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A new regional route for Corsair International

Posted 6 April 2017 · Add Comment

Corsair International confirms its ambition to develop regional air transport in Indian Ocean with a new route between La Réunion and Madagascar.

Corsair will expand its network in the Vanilla Islands by setting up a weekly flight between Reunion Island and Madagascar (April 9, 2017). The airline has opened its first flight in the region (La Réunion / Mayotte) last January. 

Corsair International operates in the Malagasy Republic for 20 years and offers a real alternative to travel within Indian Ocean at competitive rates. Through its new offer, Corsair International aims to develop connections, tourism and economic exchanges.

 
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