Corsair returns to Madagascar on June 28

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On June 28, 2023, a Corsair Airbus will land on the tarmac at Ivato. The French airline, specializing in serving the overseas departments, had stopped its flights to Madagascar in 2019.

The health situation, the economic crisis linked to the Ukrainian conflict and the ups and downs in oil prices have delayed Corsair’s return. This will be done in three months, as confirmed by Pascal de Izaguirre, the CEO: “Serving Antananarivo is part of the company’s history. Corsair’s first Paris-Orly/Antananarivo flight dates back to November 2, 1996. The Reunion/Antananarivo line was opened in 2017.”

A brand new A330 Neo

This latest-generation Airbus will offer top-of-the-range service: “This service is part of Corsair’s history. Our teams are delighted to meet their customers in this destination, and in particular the local populations to whom we wish to offer quality trips at competitive prices”, underlines the CEO, who specifies, “customers will be able to appreciate the comfort of a cabin ultra-modern and quietest in its category, with WIFI connection throughout the flight. »

Flights will be scheduled from Paris to Tana and Reunion on Wednesday and Saturday, and Tuesday and Saturday from October 10, 2023. Flights in the opposite direction the next day, specifies Madagascar-Tribune.

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