Fort Dauphin-Tulear, of Madagascar south, and Saint-Denis, After December 33 reunion will undoubtedly be linked by Air Madagascar and Air Austral codeshare flights. Two weekly flights will undoubtedly be operating, on Mondays, in Boeing 737-8 of Air Austral, and Fridays aboard the 737-8 of Air Madagascar. Air Madagascar and Air Austral, by the reciprocal establishment of the new service, thus consolidate their position in the Indian Ocean and so are strengthening their respective airline companies.
According to Jean-Marc Grazzini, Air Austral’s assistant general manager of commercial affairs said the flights will be code-share operated. “It is a realization of our strategic partnership also it augurs for other openings later on. We target the leisure clientele. You will have a clientele for business necessarily. ”
Jean-Marc Grazzini explains that there’s been a solid demand for these destinations. He believes these ongoing services will attract a substantial amount of tourists and a Mauritian clientele. “You will see connections from Mauritius,” he adds. On Monday sales opened, September 24th. Air Austral CEO and President, Marie Joseph Malé, who spoke in a statement, said the partnership with Air Madagascar &ldquo is;win-win”. Air Madagascar’s general manager, Besoa Razafimaharo, says that “it’s the south of Madagascar that opens to the Indian Ocean via this oxygen bridge, a solid sign of a fresh development for the two companies. “