Travel to Johannesburg Daily from Mahe, Seychelles

Gallivant Africa

If you’re looking to visit Seychelles from South Africa, you can pick any day of the week now! Air Seychelles, the national airline of the Republic of Seychelles successfully launched a new daily service between the Seychelles and South Africa’s busiest city, Johannesburg.

Flight HM061 from Seychelles to Johannesburg using the Airbus A320 features 16 business class and 120 economy class seats. It departs the Seychelles International Airport at 9.25am and returns at 1.45pm to arrive in Mahe at 8.40pm.

Charles Johnson, Chief Commercial Officer of Air Seychelles said: “At Air Seychelles we are constantly looking at ways to maximize convenience and flexibility for our guests.

“After having added a sixth weekly frequency last year, we are thrilled to be now offering daily service between the two countries which also demonstrates the importance of strengthening business, tourism and cultural ties between the Seychelles and South Africa.

“Besides catering to both leisure and business travellers, together with the support of our codeshare partners we are also able to provide a combined experience to South Africa and beyond.

“For that we would like to thank all our partners, as well as the airport authorities for their support in enabling the Air Seychelles daily services to Johannesburg kick-off successfully.”

Miriro Matema
the authorMiriro Matema
Born in Zimbabwe and living in South Africa, Miriro is a seasoned publishing editor and writer, having worked with leading brands in investment, business leadership and entrepreneurship. Passionate about Africa’s development, Miriro is also a dynamic marketing consultant with 10 years experience working with startups and large multinational corporations. With a heart for travel, Miriro spends her time discovering the nooks of crannies of Africa’s hidden gems, taking the roads less travelled, meeting the beautiful people that call Africa home while exploring their food and culture. Miriro is currently a writer with Byolife Travel and Gallivant Africa

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