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The Seychelles Electric Mobility Project promises electric buses in Public transport

Twenty two electric buses will soon be introduced in the Seychelles Public Transport Corporation (SPTC) fleet, an announcement made recently (03/11/2022) during the official launch of the Electric mobility project. It was the Minister for Transport, Antony Derjacques who officially launched the Seychelles Electric Mobility project that aims at introducing more environmentally friendly transport in the country.

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Ministry of Transport applauds launch of new “Seychelles Electronic Border System”

The Ministry of Transport celebrates the launch of the Seychelles Electronic Border System (SEBS) for entry and exit, introduced by the Ministry of Internal Affairs. The new SEBS introduces a digital travel experience and enhances border security, replacing the immigration papers upon arrival.

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The first Aeroflot flight will land in Seychelles tomorrow after the approval of its re-sumption

An A300 Airbus is expected to land at the Pointe Larue International Airport tomorrow Saturday 08th October 2022, estimated Time of Arrival 11:25 a.m. following Seychelles decision to resume Aeroflot flights. This is a decision made jointly by the Ministry of Transport and SCAA.

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Seychelles’ Minister for Transport, Antony Derjacques, and Qatar’s Minister of Transport Jassim bin Seif bin Ahmed al-Sulaiti, signed a new bilateral Air Services on the sidelines of the 41st ICAO Assembly in Montreal.

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Seychelles and Kazakhstan sign historic aviation agreement to foster new tourism links

Seychelles’ Minister for Transport, Antony Derjacques, today signed a historic bilateral Air Services Agreement to allow airlines to operate direct flights between Mahé and Kazakhstan. This will clear the path for a surge in tourism between the two countries.

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MAIB seeks to professionalize through cooperation with IMO

IMO recommends a Needs Assessment Analysis in order to further its cooperation with The Maritime Accident Investigation Board (MAIB).

The International Maritime Organization was pleased with the MAIB’s request for increased cooperation and support and is eager to help the board professionalize itself.

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