Iata reinstates Madagascar Airlines
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Iata reinstates Madagascar Airlines

Madagascar Airlines has regained its position in IATA after a nine-year hiatus.


Thierry de Bayeul, CEO of Madagascar Airlines, announced during a press conference that the airline has successfully returned to the BSP system and the clearing house Iata. This means the airline will once again be able to distribute tickets through BSP-affiliated travel agents, offering a wider range of options to travel industry professionals and consumers.


“With our reintegration, it is now possible to book flights to destinations such as Antananarivo or Nosy Be, through a wide network of travel agencies linked to the BSP, which covers between 70% and 90% of the market," De Bayeulle said.


He added that during the suspension, the airline suffered from decreased visibility, which impacted its performance in the global market.


Due to previous issues related to its financial position, Madagascar Airlines was expelled from the BSP and the clearing house. De Bayeulle said the airline intends to further improve its image and performance.

Source: travelnews.co.za

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