Fly With Air Madagascar
Getting to know Air Madagascar
Established in 1961, Air Madagascar is the flag carrier of the Indian Ocean island famous for its lemurs and other unusual wildlife. The airline covers a network of 50 destinations in 11 countries across Africa, Asia and Europe with its relatively small fleet of only 10 aircraft.
While you may not think that an island requires too much air traffic, Air Madagascar operates a whopping 20 domestic routes to the country’s major and secondary cities, such as Toliara and Tolagnaro Fort Dauphin, as well as a range of popular tourist destinations such as Nosy Be and Sainte-Marie.Book cheap Air Madagascar flights with Travelstart today!
Why fly with Air Madagascar
- With its network covering the likes of Nosy Be, Air Madagascar grants access to relatively remote destinations without charging an arm and a leg!
- Air Madagascar’s ticket prices are normally slightly cheaper than other major airlines (including SAA, Air France, Kenya Airways) offering flights to the island destination!
- It is one of the airlines that has made travel to the Indian Ocean islands super easy for those in Europe and Asia!
Air Madagascar recently switched over from using only a weight concept on their flights, to employing only the piece concept, which allows passengers slightly more leeway with their luggage limitations.Domestic
Passengers are allowed to check in two pieces of luggage weighing up to 23kg each.Regional and international
Economy: Passengers are allowed to check in two pieces of luggage weighing up to 23kg each.
Premium economy: Passengers are allowed to check in two pieces of luggage weighing up to 32kg each.
Business: Passengers are allowed to check in two pieces of luggage weighing up to 32kg each.
Air Madagascar does not currently offer web or mobile check in, so to the counter you will go!
If you are flying a regional or international route, be sure to arrive at the airport and check in at least two hours before the scheduled departure time of your flight. If you are travelling within Madagascar, arriving an hour before scheduled departure time should be sufficient.
All passengers, including children and infants, are to be in possession of their identification documents, a passport if flying abroad as well as any visas required for further travel. Should you not have the relevant travel documents, the airline does reserve the right to deny you boarding.
- Premium Economy
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