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Int'Air Îles granted operations to Mayotte, Réunion

Posted 13 January 2017 · Add Comment

Comoros' Int'Air Îles will tentatively commence its Dzaoudzi to La Réunion via Moroni Int'l service from January 23, reports ch-aviation.

Comorian vice president in charge of the Ministry of Transport, Abdallah Said Sarouma, said: "Our policy is to support the private sector, which is the key to economic development. It is for this reason that, under the impetus of the President of the Republic, we have taken steps to ensure that Int'Air Iles can obtain authorisation to operate the Mayotte and Réunion route."

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