Mayotte tourism in for a game-changer with EWA AIR

Mayotte tourism in for a game-changer with EWA AIR

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EWA Air is the Airline of Mayotte Island and not like EVA AIR the airline of Taiwan. The new EWA AIR is a subsidiary of Reunion-based Air Austral. It was born from the synergy of three partners the Chamber of Commerce & Industry of Mayotte, Ylang Invest and Air Austral. EWA AIR has become Mayotte’s very first airline.

The airline  EWA AIR may mean a tremendous opportunity for the Mayotte Tourism Industry and the Indian Ocean region altogether.

Recently Mayotte took the helm of Vanilla Island Tourism Organization.

It is a subsidiary of Air Austral group and flights are operated using 2 ATR 72 -500 offering seven direct links from Dzaoudzi across the Region of the Mozambique Channel. Through affordable prices, EWA AIR aims to meet the population’s high expectations for travel. Air Austral’s strong involvement within the operation provides future travellers with a guarantee in terms of  both quality service and security, a top priority for the company.

“Through EWA AIR, we are very proud to contribute to both the widening of Mayotte’s horizons and to its influence across the region. The birth of EWA AIR, Mayotte’s first airline is a real landmark for the island EWA AIR will play a strategic role in opening up and developing Mayotte, as well as firmly implanting its roots in the Mozambique Channel” said Marie-Joseph Male, President of EWA AIR.





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Alain St Ange has been working in the tourism business since 2009. He was appointed as the Director of Marketing for Seychelles by President and Minister of Tourism James Michel. He was appointed as the Director of Marketing for Seychelles by President and Minister of Tourism James Michel. After one year of After one year of service, he was promoted to the position of CEO of the Seychelles Tourism Board. In 2012 the Indian Ocean Vanilla Islands regional Organization was formed and St Ange was appointed as the first president of the organization. In a 2012 cabinet re-shuffle, St Ange was appointed as Minister of Tourism and Culture which he resigned on 28 December 2016 in order to pursue a candidacy as Secretary General of the World Tourism Organisation. At the UNWTO General Assembly in Chengdu in China, a person who was being sought after for the “Speakers Circuit” for tourism and sustainable development was Alain St.Ange. St.Ange is the former Seychelles Minister of Tourism, Civil Aviation, Ports and Marine who left office in December last year to run for the position of Secretary General of the UNWTO. When his candidature or document of endorsement was withdrawn by his country just a day before the elections in Madrid, Alain St.Ange showed his greatness as a speaker when he addressed the UNWTO gathering with grace, passion, and style. His moving speech was recorded as the one on the best marking speeches at this UN international body. African countries often remember his Uganda address for the East Africa Tourism Platform when he was a guest of honor. As former Tourism Minister, St.Ange was a regular and popular speaker and was often seen addressing forums and conferences on behalf of his country. His ability to speak ‘off the cuff’ was always seen as a rare ability. He often said he speaks from the heart. In Seychelles he is remembered for a marking address at the official opening of the island’s Carnaval International de Victoria when he reiterated the words of John Lennon famous song… ” you may say I am a dreamer, but I am not the only one. One day you will all join us and the world will be better as one”. The world press contingent gathered in Seychelles on the day ran with the words by St.Ange which made headlines everywhere. St.Ange delivered the keynote address for the “Tourism & Business Conference in Canada” Seychelles is a good example for sustainable tourism. This is therefore not surprising to see Alain St.Ange being sought after as a speaker on the international circuit. Member of Travelmarketingnetwork.
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