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Seychelles Tourism Board and Turkish Airline meet with the French travel trade to present the flights to the Seychelles Islands

Seychelles Tourism Board and Turkish Airline meet with the French travel trade to present the flights to the Seychelles Islands
 

 

 

 

 

 

 


aTP-  Arab tourism portal News- The Seychelles Tourism Board Office in Paris joins the Turkish Airline Paris team to present the airline’s forthcoming flights to the Seychelles to the French travel operators.

 


 
The cocktail event was held on Tuesday the 06th September 2016 in the airline office. In a relaxed casual atmosphere the airline team led by its General Manager M. Rafet Sisman presented to the French travel professionals their product, its wide network and the different flight options possible from the 6 cities in France and other Swiss, German and Spanish neighboring cities which the French market can also use for its proximity.

 


 
Whilst the travel professionals mingle and sought additional information from the team members present, the flying Chef flown in from the Turkish capital especially for the event ensured that our partners had a feast of typical delicacies both sweet and savory as well as a local drink.   
 

 

 

 

 


Mr. Rafet Sisman the General Manager said “we are pleased to announce our flight to the Seychelles which will be the 292th destination serviced by our airline. We look forward to welcoming the first guest onboard to the Seychelles” 
 

 


Mrs Bernadette Willemin, the Seychelles Tourism Board Director for Europe added “the Seychelles tourism industry welcomes an additional carrier to our shores. This will give our visitors additional flight options and we hope that it contribute towards increasing our business and market share”   

 


 
The carrier will commence services from Istanbul to Mahé on the 31st October 2016 and will operate 3 times a week using a TK748 in bound and TK749 outbound.

 

 

 


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