Corsair toughens the competition. To the delight of passengers on the Ivato-Paris Orly line. To mark its return to the Big Island, since Tuesday, this French airline has been offering unprecedented promotional rates. It then offers a return fare of 699 euros, or 754 dollars or nearly 3.5 million ariary, between Antananarivo and Paris and a fare of 299 euros, or 324 dollars or nearly 1.5 million ariary between Antananarivo and Reunion. The promotional offer will be valid until July 12 for travel in “Economy” class until December 30, 2023. The passenger may also have checked baggage. For this comeback, Corsair provides two frequencies per week between Antananarivo and Paris via Reunion. The flights will be provided by the latest generation Airbus A330 Neo. The CEO of Corsair, who was on Tuesday’s maiden voyage, Pascal de Izaguirre, said: “We are very happy to return to the Madagascar destination. We are very attached to Madagascar and its people”. With Corsair and Air Link which returned to Nosy Be, 60 weekly international flights leave and come to Madagascar, according to Valery Ramonjavelo, Minister of Transport and Meteorology. To reach the million tourists in 2028, it will be necessary to triple these frequencies, he estimated.
AIR TRANSPORT – Corsair challenges the competition