Air Seychelles announced that it is going to resume service to Madagascar as of January 12, 2018, with flights to Antananarivo.  

The national airline of the Republic of Seychelles has suspended flights to the island as a result of plague outbreak concerns earlier this year. The situation was monitored closely on a weekly basis, and only recently the Seychelles Ministry of Health issued a directive that allows the resumption of flights to Madagascar. 

Air Seychelles will use its Arbus A320 aircraft, serving 136 passengers, for its two-per-week flights between Seychelles and Antananarivo. The service is on Fridays and Sundays, and also offers convenient one-stop connections between Madagascar and Paris via Seychelles.