In association with Air Seychelles and Bristol Airport, Air Charter Service has announced a short series of flights from Bristol direct to Dubai with an onward service to the Seychelles for next Easter.
The charter flights service will coincide with Easter and the early May bank holiday for 2022.
Caroline Wood, Air Charter Service’s Group Travel Services Director, commented on the partnership: ‘With British travellers desperate to get away and experience something a little different, this flying programme offers just that, and we have purposely timed it to coincide with Easter and the May Bank holiday next year. Air Seychelles’ modern A320neo aircraft offer 3 classes of comfort on these flights; a Premium Club Cabin, the innovative ‘Economy Space’ offering – which includes a blocked middle seat (ideal for couples) and standard Economy Class. From Bristol, passengers can choose to fly directly into Dubai Al Maktoum or continue on to Mahe in the Seychelles. These exciting trips are the first flights to the Middle East and Indian Ocean from Bristol and open up a new opportunity for a convenient regional departure.’
Shaun Browne, Head of Airline Relations at Bristol Airport, said: ‘This is a truly exciting project for Bristol Airport, opening up our region to new destinations is one of our primary goals. We are thrilled Air Seychelles will be offering direct flights from Bristol Airport to Dubai and the Seychelles for the first time and thank Air Charter Service for taking the initiative to offer these exciting destinations from the South West – it’s been a triumph of teamwork. We continue to work with Air Charter Service and Air Seychelles with the vision to offer other exciting destinations for the future.’
Charles Johnson, Chief Commercial Officer at Air Seychelles, said: ‘We are delighted to be operating this exciting flying programme in conjunction with Air Charter Service – one which marks our inaugural operation from Bristol Airport. Passengers will be able to fly directly to Dubai, and then continue their journey onto the Seychelles – two destinations known for sun and shopping! We operated many flights with Air Charter Service last year as they helped our aircraft to keep on flying throughout the pandemic. We will be configuring our aircraft to provide additional comfort to the passengers and our friendly crew are looking forward to welcoming passengers on board their flights to the Middle East and the stunning islands of the Seychelles next April and May.
Wood added: ‘The Bristol to Dubai and Seychelles flying programme is the first of many exciting and unique seat-only offerings aimed at specific markets and experiential travel which Air Charter Service will be selling and promoting via our travel trade partners. We’d be delighted to discuss the opportunity to partner with both travel agents and tour operators to sell our products.