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An opportunity to increase Philippine projects in Africa says the new Philippines Ambassador

It was a familiar yet first time visit that led to discussion on shared values and challenges of the two archipelagos. It incited the newly accredited Philippines Ambassador to Seychelles, Charlette G. Tang, to speak of her hope to increase Philippine projects in Africa.

She made her first official visit to the Minister for Transport, Antony Derjacques yesterday afternoon (14/03/2023).

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Air Seychelles

Air Seychelles reviews 2022 Performance

Recovering from the debilitating effects of the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic which brought many uncertainties to the aviation industry, as well as coming out of Administration in November, the national carrier can now review its performance from the past year with a more optimistic outlook. 2022 was a year that can best be described as one that was filled with determination, resilience and hard work.

Air Seychelles

AIR SEYCHELLES PARTICIPATES IN TRAVEL TRADE FAIRS IN INDIA AND ISRAEL

Air Seychelles together with Tourism Seychelles has recently participated in OTM and SATTE in India and IMTM in Israel this February.

The OTM is the largest and most international gathering of travel trade buyers and professionals in India and across Asia. The annual event was held in the busiest financial city of Mumbai between 02nd and 04th February.

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SPTC Seychelles gets new buses

SPTC receives 10 of 59 new fuel efficient buses- an environmentally friendly boost to its fleet

The Minister for Transport, Antony Derjacques is pleased that SPTC is moving a step closer to a more environmentally friendly public transport fleet. This now that the corporation has added 10 new 34 seater, E3, less fuel consuming buses to its fleet.

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More constructive dialogue and collaboration is expected in future policy and civil aviation and port projects on Praslin and La Digue

The department of Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine starts 2023 with the aim of having a more inclusive and collaborative approach towards policy and developments related to its sector on Praslin and La digue.

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Minister Derjacques calls for better coordination among agencies to avoid wastage of resources

Minister Antony Derjacques affirmed that all projects on La digue will take into consideration the environment, tourism and the overall green Island concept that it represents.

“We are very conscious that the environment must remain intact, which means that La digue must remain green,” affirms the Minister for Transport, Antony Derjacques after observing the progress of the Port extension project on the Island.

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