Air Seychelles has been awarded four prestigious accolades at the 2016 World Travel Awards, including the title of “Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline” for the second year running.
In addition to winning the coveted title, the airline also won the awards for “Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline – Business Class”, “Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline – Economy Class” and “Indian Ocean’s Leading Cabin Crew”.
Air Seychelles picked up the awards at a red carpet ceremony that was held yesterday on the Tanzanian island of Zanzibar and attended by Roy Kinnear, Chief Executive Officer and the airline’s senior management team.
Congratulating the national airline’s success, Minister Morgan said: “Winning four highly-prized accolades at this year’s World Travel Awards, and beating our record of three in 2015, is an incredible achievement for Air Seychelles that demonstrates its commitment to being the best airline in the region."
Roy Kinnear, Chief Executive Officer of Air Seychelles, said: “Taking home the title of Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline for the second consecutive year, along with three other fantastic accolades, was a very proud moment and clearly shows that our strategy of putting guests first is working."
Graham Cooke, Founder and President of the World Travel Awards, said: “The World Travel Awards has rewarded excellence in the travel industry for close to 23 years now, and in Air Seychelles we see all the qualities of an exceptional airline.
The World Travel Awards was established in 1993 to recognize and reward excellence in the travel trade and its winners are decided through a global voting system by more than 600,000 industry professionals and consumers.