Are you searching for international flights to Madagascar? You can fly to Madagascar from several destinations in Asia, Europe and Africa.
Turkish Airlines www.turkishairlines.com
Turkish Airlines start up flights to Mauritius and Madagascar, making the two indian ocean islands more accessible than ever before. Two islands that will make your combination vacation perfect.
The flights will service Port Louis and Antananarivo, the capitals and the largest cities of Mauritius and Madagascar.
The Istanbul-Port Louis-Antananarivo flights will be operated three times per week on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays in both directions.
Beginning from Feb. 8, 2016, flights between these cities will be increased to four times weekly with the addition of Monday flight.
Air Madagascar www.airmadagascar.com
A good choice if you need domestic flights in Madagascar. Air Madagascar gives 50% discount on domestic flights if you have a long haul roundtrip ticket to Madagascar.
To / From Africa
You can fly Air Madagascar from / to Johannesburg in South Africa.
To / From Indian Ocean Islands
Air Madagascar has flights to the Comoros, Seychelles, Mauritius and Reunion several times a week.
To / From Europe
Air Madagascar operates to routes to Europe, both in France. Marseilles and Paris. In the high season, direct flights can be found to Nosy Be, and throughout all the year to the capital Antananrivo
Air France www.airfrance.com
Air France has good planes, good food and very good personal on their long haul flights. A good entertainment system makes your flight go quick. From CDG Paris has Air France a big network in Europe, and most destinations can be reached with just one quick stop in Paris.
Corsair offer direct flights from Paris to Madagascar's capital Antananarivo. Special offers are regular, and this is a good option for low fare options to Madagascar.
Kenya Airways www.kenya-airways.com
Flies several times a week from Nairobi to Antananarivo.
South African Airways www.flysaa.com
Flies several times a week from Johannesburg. Are you coming from America, this could be the quickest and cheapest way to reach Madagascar. Good service and multilingual staff.