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Corsair will operate Reunion-Mayotte flights as from January 24, 2017

Posted 20 June 2016 · Add Comment

Corsair confirms its ambition to increase its presence and develop regional flights in the Indian Ocean.

This is the most important activity zone for Corsair. It represents 45% of the turnover of the airline of which 29% goes to Reunion Island. The airline has long sought to strengthen its presence in the Indian Ocean, to develop regional flights and thus offering a complementary service to its existing network.

For the first time in its history, Corsair will schedule regional flights in the Indian Ocean. By positioning itself on the regional market. The airline will significantly contribute in stimulating economic exchanges between the islands of the region and allow more people to travel by offering very competitive rates.

The Reunion-Mayotte service is the first step which translates the willingness of Corsair to develop regional flights in the Indian Ocean.
 
" We once again show our commitment to offer the best quality / price ratio, to support the economic development of our destinations and allow more people to travel in constantly improved conditions of comfort. The regional development within the Indian Ocean epitomises it ", said Pascal de Izaguirre, Chairman and CEO of TUi France.
 
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