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Air Seychelles has expanded its codeshare agreement with Etihad Airways to offer one-stop connections to Beijing. The new codeshare agreement came into effect in June 14. 

Under the new codeshare deal, Air Seychelles place its “HM” code on Etihad Airways’ daily service between Abu Dhabi and Beijing. Air Seychelles passengers can now travel to Beijing on one of the double-daily flights offered from Abu Dhabi. 

Roy Kinnear, ceo of Air Seychelles, said: “Our new codeshare route with Etihad Airways provides guests with convenient travel options to Beijing and reinforces the strong political and economic relations between Seychelles and China.

Flight EY888, with the code HM5372 will depart Abu Dhabi at 21h45 and arrive in Beijing at 08h50. The return flight, EY889 with the code HM5373 will depart Beijing at 01:10 and arrive in Abu Dhabi at 06:30. 


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