Effective Wednesday, 7 April 2021, Air Seychelles will resume passenger flights from Seychelles to India’s largest city and financial centre, Mumbai after one year of absence on the route.
The twice weekly flights to be operated by the airline’s A320neo aircraft of 154 Economy and 12 Business Class seats, follows the air bubble agreement between India and the Seychelles allowing the two countries to operate commercial passenger services.
The flights set to depart the Seychelles International Airport in the late evening on Wednesdays and Saturdays will arrive in Mumbai in the early morning hours, allowing travellers the opportunity to easily connect to their onward domestic flights.
The returning flights scheduled from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport to be operated on Thursdays and Saturdays with early morning arrival in the Seychelles, will provide visitors from India a full day to plan their activities on the island.
In line with the COVID-19 measures, travellers to Mumbai must hold a negative COVID-19 PCR test certificate taken no more than 72 hours before departure, in addition to self-reporting on the airsuvidha portal and undergoing 14 days home quarantine. As each city may have specific entry requirements, travellers with onward domestic connections are requested to verify the guidelines of their final destination prior to departure.
Indian nationals including nationals of Nepal or Bhutan holding a valid visa of the destination country are permitted to travel on these flight subject to no travel restriction at country of destination.
For those travelling to the Seychelles, apart from holding a negative PCR test certificate prior to departure, the mandatory Health Travel Authorization at seychelles.govtas.com must also be completed.