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  • Hőmérséklet: 27 °C
  • Szél: Délkelet, 22.2 km/h
  • Légnyomás: 1014 hPa
  • Rel. páratartalom: 79 %
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2019, augusztus 23 - 05:00

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Seychelles Aviation Authority bans Boeing 737 MAX from its airspace after Ethiopian crash

The Seychelles Civil Aviation Authority (SCAA) is restricting the operation of Boeing 737 MAX 8 and Boeing 737-9 in the Seychelles’ Flight Information Region effective as of Wednesday, March 13 from 4 p.m. local time.

Seychelles-Nekton Deep Ocean Expedition 2018-2022 Launched

The President of the Republic, Mr Danny Faure,

Proposed bill seeks to ensure more protected areas in Seychelles

A new bill to replace the National Parks and Nature Conservancy Act is being proposed in Seychelles to ensure more protected areas in the island nation.

World Bank providing Seychelles with assistance for planned technical and vocational school

The World Bank is currently on a first education mission to the Seychelles to assist the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development to develop the framework for the operation of the island nation’s technical and vocational school. 

Seychelles’ plans to advance Blue Economy highlighted at African Union

The Seychelles’ experiences, challenges, achievements and upcoming plans for advancing the Blue Economy were highlighted by the island nation’s Vice President Vincent Meriton at the 32nd summit of the African Union.

Seychelles, UK sign deal to ensure continued trade after Brexit

Seychelles and the United Kingdom have signed an Economic Partnership Agreement to reflect continuity of the trade relationship between the two countries in view of the envisaged exit of the UK from the European Union.

Treatment plant on Seychelles’ third-most populated island to cover 95 percent of wastewater generated

Current environmental hazards caused by the lack of proper sanitation facilities on La Digue - Seychelles’ third-most populated island - will be targeted once the construction of a wastewater treatment plant and sewer network is completed in July.

How many tourists are too many? Seychelles commissions a study

The impact of tourism on Seychelles will be the aim of a feasibility study scheduled to take place in the second half of this year, ahead of next year’s deadline on the moratorium for the construction of large hotel projects.

Rent-an-island’ - one villa on a faraway island - to be part of Seychelles’ expanded offerings

The Islands Development Company, IDC, says it will build new hotels and villas on Seychelles’ outer islands as part of its expanded tourism offerings.