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Government gives assurance of continuity of Airport Services

26 August 2021 | State House

The President and the Cabinet of Ministers, at its meeting held today, Thursday 26th, were apprised of new developments regarding Air Seychelles whereby APEX Corporate Trustees (UK) has filed a petition in the Supreme Court of Seychelles to declare the National airline insolvent and to wind up its operations.

The President and relevant Ministers will meet the Board of Directors of Air Seychelles tomorrow, Friday, to discuss the matter and chart a way forward.

The President and the Cabinet renewed their commitment to take all necessary measures to support the employees of Air Seychelles. 

At the moment, and as the case is heard in the Supreme Court, Government wishes to reassure everyone, especially stakeholders, that all measures are being put in place to ensure that all airport services will continue as normal and with no disruption.

Versyon Kreol - Kominike Lapres

Prezidan Wavel Ramkalawan e Konsey Minis in , atraver Minis responsab pou Laviasyon Sivil, detay lo bann nouvo devlopman konsernan Air Seychelles kot lakonpannyen APEX Corporate Trustees (UK) in fayle en petisyon devan Lakour Siprenm Sesel kot zot pe demande ki lalinny nasyonal I ganny deklare fayit e osi demann lakour pou aret tou son bann loperasyon.

Prezidan Ramkalawan e bann Minis ki konsernen avek sa sitiasyon pou rankontre avek Bord Air Seychelles demen, Vandredi, pou diskit sa size e desid lo bann mezir apropriye ki bezen ganny pran.

Prezidan e Konsey Minis in renouvle zot langazman pou pran tou mezir neseser pou siport tou travayer Air Seychelles.

Antretan ki sa zafer I ganny prezante e deside par lakour Siprenm, Gouvernman I oule reassir tou dimoun, spesyalman bann partner dan lendistrki, ki tou mezir pe ganny met anplas pou garanti ki tou bann servis erport pou kontinyen parey labitid e san okenn lenteripsyon.

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