Fierce competition has forced Air Seychelles to cut its Paris route, which generates 30% of revenue, as well as two Airbus A330s and an undisclosed number of staff under a wide-ranging restructuring plan. “It is important that we take these tough, but necessary steps at this time to safeguard the future of Air Seychelles,” tourism and civil aviation minister Maurice Loustau-Lalanne said. Etihad Airways’ equity partner Air Seychelles is making the changes in response to a ...

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