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Air Seychelles relocates sales office at Seychelles International Airport

Posted 18 August 2016 · Add Comment

Air Seychelles has relocated its sales office at the Seychelles International Airport as part of the airport development programme underway through the Seychelles Civil Aviation Authority (SCAA).

The airline said the office has a larger space that will accommodate sales staff from both Air Seychelles and Etihad Airways and provide a more comfortable

Roy Kinnear, chief executive of Air Seychelles, said: “Moving the Air Seychelles sales office to a central location at the airport will allow us to improve the level of service we offer our guests in Seychelles.

“It is a contemporary and well-appointed office and we have a team of trained sales professionals who will make sure our guests are well looked after when booking air travel with Air Seychelles and Etihad Airways.

“We are growing as a business and with this office we can better support our expanding customer base as well as the increasing number of walk-in customers and sales enquiries that we receive on a daily basis.”

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