The French airline Corsair International will increase its daily flights to several destinations during the new IATA 2013-2014 season, says a statement on Friday made available to PANA.
Corsair will increase its daily flights to give more flexibility in terms of movement to its business clients.
For the Indian Ocean zone, Corsair will consolidate its presence in The Reunion with a daily flight with a Boeing 747 while links with Mauritius will be three times a week in winter.
In West Africa, the link will be strengthened with Senegal and Cote d’Ivoire. Dakar will benefit from daily flights using Airbus A330-300 and Abidjan will be served four times a week.
Corsair will also extend its presence in North America in summer to Montreal, Canada, with daily flights from mid-April next year.
Corsair says for 2012-2013 season its occupancy rate is estimated at 87%.