The airline Air Madagascar operates this summer up to eight flights a week between Paris-CDG or Marseille and the Big Island,
From June 2019 and during the summer holidays, the Malagasy national airline will take off from Paris-CDG airport to its base in Antananarivo-Ivato at the rate of seven flights per week – one flight per day. Departures are scheduled from Paris-CDG at 15:10 to arrive the next day at 3:05, the return flights leaving Tananarive at 21:05 to arrive the next day at 6:55.
The direct flight from Marseille-Provence is scheduled on Wednesday at 23:25 with an arrival in Tananarive at 10:25 the next day; the return flight leaves Tananarive at 11:40 also on Wednesday to land in Marseille at 21:25.
Professionals and families will be able to join Madagascar with greater flexibility during this summer. They will also enjoy all the service and comfort Air Madagascar on board, in 3 classes of travel: the Business Class “Baobab”, the Premium Class “Vanilla”, and the Economy Class “Ylang”.
These new frequencies “are a good opportunity to discover the Big Island and its regions, thanks to optimized connection schedules with destinations proposed by Tsaradia, Air Madagascar’s domestic subsidiary,” said his statement. Thus, travelers can discover the archipelago of Nosy Be, or the cities of Diego Suarez, Tamatave, Majunga, Tulear or Fort Dauphin.
The new MyCapricorne loyalty program allows you to accumulate travel points with Air Madagascar as with Tsaradia on the same account, and to benefit from the Malagasy national airline and its subsidiary.
Since 1961, the Malagasy national airline connects Madagascar to the world. In its Antananarivo hub, Air Madagascar serves five regional destinations (La Réunion, Mauritius, Comoros, Seychelles and Mayotte), and more than a dozen domestic destinations via its subsidiary company Tsaradia.