The Saudi Arabian airline Flynas will operate flights to Seychelles three times a week starting July 1, in what amounts to a further expansion of the island nation’s air connectivity to tourism markets, a top government official said Thursday.
The Seychelles’ Minister of Foreign Affairs and Tourism, Sylvestre Radegonde, told reporters that “this presents a big opportunity for Seychelles as we can now tap into that market. It will provide Saudi Arabian visitors as well as the expatriate community…
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