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Top 10 Most Peaceful Muslim Countries | Muslim Population in World 2018

I really don’t have that cryptic religious knowledge, belief, argue, philosophy or thoughts, even of my own religion (and I am not going to disclose which religion I belong to), but being damn frank, Islam is certainly wrapped with many sorts of controversies in contemporary arena. There are many examples of Islamic nations where life is worst than hell. However, there are some Islamic nations available in this world as well those are away safe, and peaceful to live. Have a look!

10. Turkey | 98.5% Muslim population in Turkey

9. Algeria | 98% Muslim population of mainly Sunni’s in Algeria

8. Bangladesh | 98% Muslim population in Bangladesh

7. Saudi Arabia | 97% Sunni Muslim population in Saudi Arabia

6. Maldives | 98% Sunni Muslim population in Maldives

5. Mayotte | 97% Muslim population in Mayotte

4. Morocco | 99% Sunni Muslim in Morocco

3. Jordan | 95% Muslim population in Jordon

2. Indonesia | 90% Muslim population in Indonesia

1. Kuwait | Muslim population in Kuwait

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Mayotte - First Week on the Island

Welcome-Caribou to Mayotte -- a tiny French African island located between Madagascar and Mozambique. Officially a department of France, deeply rooted to the Comoros.

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Benin Tourist Attractions Best Places To Visit In Benin Republic

Benin Tourist Attractions Best Places To Visit In Benin Republic
Benin played a key role in the development of the African slave trade and was also the birthplace of the voodoo arts. These two ingredients are just a small part of the recipe that makes the complex and rich history of the African nation.

The nation is relatively small and has only a few large cities but Benin begs to be explores and rewards travellers with museums, wonderful architecture and markets that are truly memorable.

The national beauty of Benin also has a lot to tempt tourists. From the paradise Atlantic beaches fringed with palm trees to the national parks teeming with exotic beasts such as lions, cheetahs and elephants as well as rare bird species.

1 Cotonou
It may not be the true capital city of Benin but Cotonou sure does feel like it. The city is an intense blast of urban energy combined with African charm. If it is your first time in Africa, the city can be a little bit daunting and full on but for those willing to risk the adventure, Cotonou has plenty of rewards These rewards include a number of stunning paradise beaches with golden sand and palm trees.The Pendjari National Park is also a must see in Cotonou and is seen as one of the leading animal reserves in Africa.
2 Ouidah Museum of History
Ouidah is a city that has a mix of influence from the French and the Portuguese due to various events in history. The city is located about 40km away from Cotonou and in contrast is more relaxed. If you are interested in African history (and you should be) then this city should be top of your itinerary. It has fantastic museums exploring slavery and voodoo. If all the history gets too much for you, there are more stunning beaches to laze on in Ouidah too.
3 Abomey
Abomey was the capital of Ancient Dahomey for around 300 years starting in the 17th Century. The main attraction and reason for visiting the city is the Unesco World Heritage Site of the Abomey Royal Palaces. Although the palaces have largely been destroyed and are in a ruinous state, the site still has enormous historical value and the tales of kings that once resided here are fascinating.
4 Porto Novo
Porto Novo is the capital city of Benin and former French capital of Dahomey. If you have visited Cotonou first, you will probably struggle to understand why Porto Novo is the official capital city, the population is only around 250,000 and the pace is much more leisurely than Cotono. The influence of the Portugeuse in this area are still clear to see in the present day. Sights in the city include the Royal Palace and gardens as well as the museum of Porto Novo kings.
5 Grand-Popo
The town of Grand-Popo has an intriguing history mainly due to the important role it played in the slave trade. The town oozes with African charm and the people are friendly. The town is about an hours drive from Cotonou and offers a perfect change of pace from the busy city. There are many backside hotels and resorts in the town and the beaches are a great place to relax and swim. The nearby Mono River is a great place to walk and offers a chance to see mangroves and exotic bird life.

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Landmarks of Africa

1. Algeria الجزائر - Djemaa el-Djedid
2. Angola - Downtown Luanda
3. Benin Bénin - Grand Mosque Porto-Novo
4. Botswana - Chobe National Park
5. Burkina Faso - Ouagadougou Catherdal
6. Burundi - Independence Monument in Bujumbura
7. Cameroon Cameroun - Kapsiki Peak
8. Cape Vedre Cabo Verde - Mindelo vista
9. Central African Republic République centrafricaine - Bangui Shopping District
10. Chad Tchad - Ennedi Desert
11. Comoros Comores - Friday Mosque
12. Congo - Pierre Savorgnan de Brazza Mausoleum
13. Cote d'Iviore -Basilica of Our Lady of Peace
14. Democratic Republic of Congo République Démocratique du Congo - Palace of Justice in Lubumbashi
15. Djibouti جيبوتي - National Assemble of Djibouti
16. Egypt مصر - Pyramid of Giza
17. Equatorial Guinea Guinea Equatorial - Santa Isabel Cathedral
18. Eritrea ኤርትራ - Government Building in Asmara
19. Ethiopia ኢትዮጵ - Lion of Judah Statue
20. Gabon - Downtown Libreville
21. Gambia - Madina Lodge
22. Ghana - Independence Arch in Accra
23. Guinea Guinee - Grande Mosque
24. Guinea-Bissau Guiné-Bissau - Guinea Bissau Parliament
25. Kenya - Maasai Mara
26. Lesotho - Maloti Mountains
27. Liberia - Street in downtown Monrovia
28. Libya ليبيا - Temple of Zeus
29. Madagascar Malagsy - Baobabs
30. Malawi - Parlimentary house in Lilongwe
31. Mali - Monument to the Heroes of the Black Army
32. Mauritania موريتانيا - Grand Mosque in Nouakchot
33. Mauritius - Downtown Port Louis
34. Mayotte (France) - Mont Choungqui
35. Morocco المغرب - Aït Benhaddou
36. Mozambique Moçambique - Barra Beach Lodge
37. Namibia - Spitzkoppe
38. Niger - Grand Mosque of Niamey
39. Nigeria - Zuma Rock
40. Réunion (France) - St. Denis Town Hall
41. Rwanda - King's palace in Nyanza
42. Saint Helena (UK) - Longwood House
43. Sao Tome and the Principe São Tomé e Principe - Pico Cão Grande
44. Senegal Sénégal - African Renaissance Monument
45. Seychelles - Clock Town in Victoria
46. Sierra Leone - Freetown Court
47. Somalia Soomaaliya - Castle of Sultan of Zanzibar
48. South Africa Suid Afrika - Union Buildings
49. South Sudan - Dr. John Garang de Mabior Monument
50. Sudan سودان - Al Shahid Mosque
51. Swaziland - Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary
52. Tanzania - Mt. Kilimanjaro
53. Togo - Mosque in Sokodé
54. Tunisia تونس - El Jem Amphitheatre
55. Uganda - Queen Elizabeth National Park
56. Western Sahara الصحراء الغربية - Tifariti
57. Zamibia - David Livingstone Monument
58. Zimbabwe - Victoria Falls

Corsair Airbus 330 300 take off Mayotte airport;

Salut à toutes et à tous...Me revoilà pour un Take off de CORSAIR INTERNATIONAL pour un vol à destination de Saint Denis de La Réunion. Il faisait chaud et un fort vent latéral soufflait....D'ou la musique pour couvrir le bruit du vent.
Un peu d'info sur Corsair à Mayotte?...
La compagnie aérienne Corsair International propose depuis mardi une nouvelle liaison entre l’île de La Réunion et Mayotte, deux destinations desservies en direct depuis la métropole.

Depuis le 24 janvier 2017, la compagnie française propose deux vols par semaine entre Saint Denis-Roland Garros et l’aéroport de Dzaoudzi-Pamandzi, opérés en Airbus A330-300 pouvant accueillir 26 passagers en classe Affaires et 334 en Economie. Les départs de La Réunion sont programmés mardi et samedi à 13h35 pour arriver à 14h45, les vols retour quittant Mayotte à 16h30 pour atterrir à 19h45. Corsair est en concurrence avec Air Austral sur cette route...
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Beautiful Mayotte Landscape - hotels accommodation yacht charter guide

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"Seychelles". The word Paradise must have been invented for this "Indian Ocean" Island Chain.

Seychelles officially the Republic of Seychelles is an island country spanning an archipelago of 115 islands in the Indian Ocean, some 1,500 kilometres (932 mi) east of mainland Africa, northeast of the island of Madagascar.
Other nearby island countries and territories include Zanzibar to the west, Mauritius, Rodrigues, Agalega and Réunion to the south, and Comoros and Mayotte to the southwest. Seychelles, with an estimated population of 86,525, has the smallest population of any African state. It also has the highest Human Development Index in Africa. Scholars assume that Austronesian seafarers, and later Maldivian and Arab traders were the first to visit the uninhabited Seychelles. Remains of Maldivian mariner presence from the 12th century were found in Silhouette Island.[4] The earliest recorded sighting by Europeans took place in 1502 by the Portuguese Admiral Vasco da Gama, who passed through the Amirantes and named them after himself (islands of the Admiral).
A transit point for trade between Africa and Asia, the islands were occasionally used by pirates until the French began to take control starting in 1756 when a Stone of Possession was laid by Captain Nicholas Morphey. The islands were named after Jean Moreau de Séchelles, Louis XV's Minister of Finance.
The British contested control over the islands between 1794 and 1810. Jean Baptiste Quéau de Quincy, French administrator of Seychelles during the years of war with the United Kingdom, declined to resist when armed enemy warships arrived. Instead, he successfully negotiated the status of capitulation to Britain which gave the settlers a privileged position of neutrality.
Britain eventually assumed full control upon the surrender of Mauritius in 1810, formalised in 1814 at the Treaty of Paris. Seychelles became a crown colony separate from Mauritius in 1903. Elections were held in 1966 and 1970. Independence was granted in 1976 as a republic within the Commonwealth.[7] In 1977, a coup d'état ousted the first president of the republic, James Mancham, who was replaced by France Albert René. The 1979 constitution declared a socialist one-party state, which lasted until 1991. The first draft of a new constitution failed to receive the requisite 60% of voters in 1992, but an amended version was approved in 1993.

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Comoros Islands Travel

Comoros Islands Travel - The Comoros officially the Union of the Comoros (Comorian: Udzima wa Komori, French: Union des Comores, Arabic: الاتحاد القمري‎ al-Ittiḥād al-Qumurī/Qamarī) is an archipelago island nation in the Indian Ocean, located off the eastern coast of Africa, on the northern end of the Mozambique Channel, between northeastern Mozambique and northwestern Madagascar. Other countries near to the Comoros are Tanzania to the northwest and the Seychelles to the northeast. The capital is Moroni on Grande Comore.

At 1,862 km2 (719 sq mi) (excluding Mayotte),[3] the Comoros is the third-smallest African nation by area. With a population estimated at 798,000 (excluding Mayotte), it is the sixth-smallest African nation by population—although it has one of the highest population densities in Africa. Its name derives from the Arabic word القمر qamar (moon).[4] The archipelago is notable for its diverse culture and history, as a nation formed at the crossroads of many civilizations. Though in the contested island of Mayotte the sole official language is French, the Union of the Comoros has three official languages: Comorian (Shikomor), Arabic and French.
Moroni with Harbor Bay and Central Mosque, Capital of the Comoros

The country officially consists of the four islands in the volcanic Comoros archipelago: northwestermost Grande Comore or Ngazidja, Mohéli or Mwali, Anjouan or Nzwani, and southeastermost Mayotte or Maore, as well as many smaller islands. However, the government of the Union of the Comoros (or its predecessors, since independence) has never administered the island of Mayotte, which France administers as an overseas collectivity. Mayotte was the only island in the archipelago that voted against independence from France in 1974; the latter has vetoed United Nations Security Council resolutions that would affirm Comorian sovereignty over the island.[5][6][7][8] In addition, a 29 March 2009 referendum on Mayottes becoming an overseas department of France in 2011 was passed overwhelmingly by the people of Mayotte.

The Union of the Comoros is the only state to be a member of all of the following: African Union, Francophonie, Organisation of the Islamic Conference, Arab League and Indian Ocean Commission. The country has had a history marked by numerous coups détat since independence in 1975. As of 2008 about half the population lives below the international poverty line of US$1.25 a day.[9]
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Les plus beaux spots de Thailande vue du ciel

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Top 10 Largest Cities or Towns of Comoros

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1) Moroni
2) Mutsamudu
3) Fomboni
4) Domoni
5) Sima
6) Ouani
7) Mirontsi
8) Bambao
9) Koni-Djodjo
10) Moya

The Comoros, officially the Union of the Comoros is a sovereign archipelago island nation in the Indian Ocean, located at the northern end of the Mozambique Channel off the eastern coast of Africa, between northeastern Mozambique and northwestern Madagascar. Other countries near the Comoros are Tanzania to the northwest and the Seychelles to the northeast. Its capital is Moroni, on Grande Comore.

At 1,862 km2 (719 sq mi), excluding the contested island of Mayotte, the Comoros is the third-smallest African nation by area. The population, excluding Mayotte, is estimated at 798,000. The name Comoros derives from the Arabic word قمر qamar (moon). As a nation formed at a crossroads of many civilizations, the archipelago is noted for its diverse culture and history. The Union of the Comoros has three official languages -- Comorian, Arabic and French -- though French is the sole official language on Mayotte.

Officially, in addition to many smaller islands, the country consists of the four major islands in the volcanic Comoros archipelago: northwesternmost Grande Comore (Ngazidja); Mohéli (Mwali); Anjouan (Nzwani); and southeasternmost Mayotte (Maore). Mayotte, however, has never been administered by the Comoros government and continues to be administered by France (currently as an overseas department) as it was the only island in the archipelago that voted against independence in 1974. France has since vetoed United Nations Security Council resolutions that would affirm Comorian sovereignty over the island. In addition, a referendum on the question of Mayotte becoming an overseas department of France in 2011 was held on 29 March 2009 and passed overwhelmingly.

The Comoros is the only state to be a member of the African Union, Francophonie, Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, Arab League (of which it is the southernmost state, being the only member of the Arab League which is entirely within the Southern Hemisphere) and the Indian Ocean Commission. Since independence in 1975, the country has experienced numerous coups d'état and, as of 2008, about half the population lives below the international poverty line of US$1.25 a day.

The first human inhabitants of the Comoros Islands are thought to have been African and Austronesian settlers who traveled to the islands by boat. These people arrived no later than the sixth century AD, the date of the earliest known archaeological site, found on Nzwani, although settlement beginning as early as the first century has been postulated. The islands of Comoros became populated by a succession of diverse groups from the coast of Africa, the Persian Gulf, the Malay Archipelago, and Madagascar. Swahili settlers first reached the islands as a part of the greater Bantu expansion that took place in Africa throughout the first millennium.

According to pre-Islamic mythology, a jinni (spirit) dropped a jewel, which formed a great circular inferno. This became the Kartala volcano, which in turn created the island of Comoros.

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Comoros Travel Video - Haphazardly scattered across the Indian Ocean, the mysterious, outrageous and enchanting Comoros islands are the kind of place you go to just drop off the planet for a while. Far removed from the clutter that comes with conventional paradises -- sprawling hotels, neon discos -- the Comoros are so remote even an international fugitive could hide out here. In particular, the island of Mohéli, boasting the sleepy town of Fomboni. Anjouan is the beautiful sister among the already good looking cluster of islands, it does paradise so well, it actually lives up to all the clichéd expectations any traveller could possibly muster -- Palms, bananas and the scent of ylang-ylang and cloves borne on the breeze.

Rich in Swahili culture, and devoutly Muslim, the charming inhabitants of Comoros come from a legendary stock of Arab traders, Persian sultans, African slaves and Portuguese pirates. The four developed islands offer everything from relaxing on white-sand beaches by turquoise seas to hiking through rainforests on the lookout for giant bats. Grande Comore, the largest of the islands, boasts the largest active volcano in the world, Mt Karthala, which last blew its lid in 2005, flattening villages. The aftermath, though has created a spectacular desert landscape on the mountain, and walking and trekking here is particularly good. Also on Grande Comore, timeless Moroni is oozing with old-time Arabian flair. Mayotte, is the only island of the four still a part of France, and while some love the whitest of white beaches, others find it a little too French.

Nicknamed Cloud Coup-Coup land because of their crazy politics, the three independent islands (the fourth, Mayotte, is still a part of France) have experienced almost 20 coups since gaining independence in 1975! In fact, a Comorian president is lucky if theres time for his official portrait to be taken before armed men are once again knocking on the door. In the last decade, however, the quarrelsome tiff-prone independent islands agreed to put their differences aside and fly under the joint banner of the Union des Comores.

Holidaying in the Comoros isnt for everyone; travel will kick your arse at times. But it teaches lessons in patience, humility and resilience. Everything moves mora mora (slowly slowly) and Travelism facilities are far from plush. Islam, and all its traditions, is evident everywhere. Women are expected to show modesty and cover up, and alcohol is a no-no for both sexes.

But if your idea of the perfect holiday is less about drinking rum punch in a skimpy bikini at a swank resort, and more about long, lazy days sipping tea and talking politics with the locals, then a safari in the exotic Comoros will probably be the kind of unpredictable, swashbuckling adventure youve been craving.

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Top 10 Largest Cities or Towns of Seychelles

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1) Victoria
2) Anse Boileau
3) Bel Ombre
4) Beau Vallon
5) Cascade
6) Anse Royale
7) Takamaka
8) Port Glaud
9) Grand Anse Mahe
10) Anse Volbert Village

Seychelles, officially the Republic of Seychelles (French: République des Seychelles; Creole: Repiblik Sesel), is a 155-island country (as per the Constitution) spanning an archipelago in the Indian Ocean, whose capital, Victoria, lies some 1,500 kilometres (932 mi) east of mainland Southeast Africa, northeast of the island of Madagascar.

Other nearby island countries and territories include Zanzibar to the west, Mauritius, Rodrigues, Agaléga and Réunion to the south, and Comoros and Mayotte to the southwest. Seychelles, with a population of 90,024, has the smallest population of any African state. It has the highest Human Development Index in Africa and the highest income inequality in the world, as measured by the Gini index. Seychelles is a member of the African Union.

Some scholars assume that Austronesian seafarers and later Maldivian and Arab traders were the first to visit the uninhabited Seychelles. Remains of Maldivian mariner presence from the 12th century were found in Silhouette Island. The earliest recorded sighting by Europeans took place in 1502 by the Portuguese Admiral Vasco da Gama, who passed through the Amirantes and named them after himself (islands of the Admiral). The earliest recorded landing was in January 1609, by the crew of the Ascension under Captain Sharpeigh during the fourth voyage of the English East India Company.

A transit point for trade between Africa and Asia, the islands were occasionally used by pirates until the French began to take control starting in 1756 when a Stone of Possession was laid by Captain Nicholas Morphey. The islands were named after Jean Moreau de Séchelles, Louis XV's Minister of Finance.

The British contested control over the islands between 1794 and 1810. Jean Baptiste Quéau de Quincy, French administrator of Seychelles during the years of war with the United Kingdom, declined to resist when armed enemy warships arrived. Instead, he successfully negotiated the status of capitulation to Britain which gave the settlers a privileged position of neutrality.

Britain eventually assumed full control upon the surrender of Mauritius in 1810, formalised in 1814 at the Treaty of Paris. Seychelles became a crown colony separate from Mauritius in 1903. Elections were held in 1966 and 1970. Independence was granted in 1976 as a republic within the Commonwealth. In 1977, a coup d'état ousted the first president of the republic, James Mancham, who was replaced by France Albert René. The 1979 constitution declared a socialist one-party state, which lasted until 1991. The first draft of a new constitution failed to receive the requisite 60% of voters in 1992, but an amended version was approved in 1993.

In January 2013, the country declared a state of emergency; the tropical cyclone Felleng caused torrential rain, and flooding and landslides destroyed hundreds of houses.

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it's a Beautifull place, no words, 110 meters high, the larger or one largest in africa.

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Israel : Dream of the Future

As a small westernized country tacked onto the geopolitical map of the Near East, Israel has always had to fight. For its existence, first of all, then for its defence and its development. The region’s history is steeped in incredible wealth, having been a crossroads for major civilizations, leading religions and major commercial and cultural currents that have nurtured the European, Arabic and Asian worlds. Pierre Brouwers has scoured a land made rich by intensive immigration and a land of amazing vitality. He shows us a country that grants extreme importance to the past and is ever keen to shape its future.
Tel Aviv . Jaffa . Herzliya . Rehevot and the Weizmann Institute . Caesarea . Haifa . Saint-John of Acre (Akko) . Lake of Tiberiade . Golan wine . Nazareth . Bet She'an . The Dead Sea . The Kibbutz and the natural reserve of Ein Gedi . Massada . Neguev . Biblical animals . Eilat . Aerial views . Approach to Jerusalem . Etc.

Boeing 777-300ER ULTIMATE COCKPIT MOVIE Air Austral to Paris TOP CREW [AirClips full flight series]

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The AirClips.com team was invited to join Captain Boris and first officers David and David on their 11-hour domestic flight from St. Denis (La Reunion Island, France) to Paris (Charles de Gaulle, France). Come with us and enjoy the massively impressive friendliness of the Air Austral crew, stunning cockpit views from 20 different perspectives as well as the world-class Business Class product of this traditional French airline.

Air Austral is a French airline with its headquarters at Roland Garros Airport in Sainte-Marie, Réunion, France. The airline's main base of flight operations is Roland Garros Airport. It operates scheduled services from Réunion to metropolitan France, South Africa, Thailand, India and a number of destinations in the Indian Ocean. The company has 900 employees. Air Austral was created in December 1974 by local businessman Gérard Ethève. It was Réunion's first commercial airline, known as Réunion Air Services (RAS). By August 1977 RAS had started regional services from Sainte-Marie to Mayotte[6] with a 32-seat Hawker Siddeley HS 748 turboprop. RAS became Air Réunion in December, 1986.
In October 1990 Sematra, a company 46% owned by the local councils of Réunion with the remaining shares owned by banks and other private partners, purchased Air Réunion. A month later, Air Réunion became Air Austral. Two months later, Air Austral bought its first Boeing 737-500. Another 737-300 was acquired in 1994, and in 1997 the airline purchased a 737-300QC, which enabled both passenger and cargo only traffic.
In 2000 the airline took delivery of an ATR 72-500, a short-haul turboprop. By then, Air Austral operated from both Roland Garros Airport in Sainte-Marie and Pierrefonds Airport in Saint Pierre with scheduled services to Mayotte, Johannesburg, South Africa, Comoros, Mauritius, the Seychelles, and three destinations in Madagascar (Antananarivo, Tamatave, Nosy Be, Majunga). In 2003, Air Austral launched its first long-haul service between Réunion and Paris, with two Boeing 777-200ERs. The two Boeing 777s were joined by a third Boeing 777-200ER in 2005. A second long-haul route from Réunion to Marseille and Lyon was established.
In 2007, a third long-haul service to Toulouse via Marseille started. In 2008, the airline introduced new uniforms for staff and crew members, designed by Balenciaga. The second ATR 72-500 was added to the fleet, followed by a third a few months later. In April 2009, Air Austral started a new service to Sydney and New Caledonia, thus opening up a new route between Paris and Sydney via Réunion. The airline also acquired two Boeing 777-300ERs. In November, it placed a firm order for two all-economy class 840-seat Airbus A380s, for delivery in 2014. These are intended for Air Austral's Réunion-Paris flights. In June 2010, it was announced that Air Austral would start scheduled flights from Réunion to Bordeaux and Nantes from February 2011.
In August 2011, Air Austral received its first Boeing 777-200LR. In April 2012, founder and chief executive Gérard Ethève was replaced by Marie-Joseph Malé following financial difficulties caused by risky business decisions made worse by high fuel prices. Non-profitable lines to Nouméa, Sydney, Marseille, Bordeaux, Nantes, Toulouse and Lyon were closed. The company has since returned to profit. Also in April 2012, Air Austral was unable to pay for a new 777-200LR awaiting delivery. The company is looking to sell on the plane instead of taking delivery. Following this development, Air Austral announced in May 2012 that it would defer or cancel its order for 2 Airbus A380s, with a decision to be made by the end of June 2012.

In October 2015, the company announced the sale of its single Boeing 777-200LR to Florida-based broker Atlas Aviation in November 2015. Air Austral simultaneously announced the lease, from November 2015 to May 2016 of a Boeing 737-300QC (QC for quick change) from ASL Airlines France (formerly Europe Airpost). The plane involved was F-ODZZ, a convertible version of the 737-300 (the cabin configuration can be changed from passengers to freight) that had actually already been in Air Austral service between 1997 and 2005. It was used until the first of the two Boeing 787-8s ordered by the company was delivered in May 2015.

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- the first ever commercial A380 service to Réunion,
- the first ever A380 service of Air Austral, a company previously having ordered own A380 but changed plans later.

AirClips had the privilege to find someone (let's call him AirClipsTraveler) to witness and capture this unique flight in the A380 history for us, making himself the first ever Air Austral First Class Suite passenger. Air Austral wetleased this A380 as a replacement for a B787 under maintenance for a bit more than two weeks in late August/ early September 2018. Apart from two previous assignments of that A380 to adhoc charter flights for Thomas Cook Scandinavia and Norwegian this has been the world's first ever planned charter/ wet lease flight of an A380.

This single flagship of Hi Fly (Portugal) is registered under it's Hi Fly Malta AOC and operating for French Air Austral here for a very first time.

This is the first A380 aircraft operated second hand. You're expecting a warn-out cabin from it's previous owner Singapore Airlines? Forget it! Join the air clips traveler through a virtually new cabin in factory-new-like condition and enjoy a Hi Fly and Air Austral crew that meets the highest international standards. Lean back and enjoy!

Air Austral is a French airline with its headquarters at Roland Garros Airport in Sainte-Marie, Réunion, France. The airline's main base of flight operations is Roland Garros Airport. It operates scheduled services from Réunion to metropolitan France, South Africa, Thailand, India and a number of destinations in the Indian Ocean. The company has 900 employees. Air Austral was created in December 1974 by local businessman Gérard Ethève. It was Réunion's first commercial airline, known as Réunion Air Services (RAS). By August 1977 RAS had started regional services from Sainte-Marie to Mayotte[6] with a 32-seat Hawker Siddeley HS 748 turboprop. RAS became Air Réunion in December, 1986.
In October 1990 Sematra, a company 46% owned by the local councils of Réunion with the remaining shares owned by banks and other private partners, purchased Air Réunion. A month later, Air Réunion became Air Austral. Two months later, Air Austral bought its first Boeing 737-500. Another 737-300 was acquired in 1994, and in 1997 the airline purchased a 737-300QC, which enabled both passenger and cargo only traffic.
In 2000 the airline took delivery of an ATR 72-500, a short-haul turboprop. By then, Air Austral operated from both Roland Garros Airport in Sainte-Marie and Pierrefonds Airport in Saint Pierre with scheduled services to Mayotte, Johannesburg, South Africa, Comoros, Mauritius, the Seychelles, and three destinations in Madagascar (Antananarivo, Tamatave, Nosy Be, Majunga). In 2003, Air Austral launched its first long-haul service between Réunion and Paris, with two Boeing 777-200ERs. The two Boeing 777s were joined by a third Boeing 777-200ER in 2005. A second long-haul route from Réunion to Marseille and Lyon was established.
In 2007, a third long-haul service to Toulouse via Marseille started. In 2008, the airline introduced new uniforms for staff and crew members, designed by Balenciaga. The second ATR 72-500 was added to the fleet, followed by a third a few months later. In April 2009, Air Austral started a new service to Sydney and New Caledonia, thus opening up a new route between Paris and Sydney via Réunion. The airline also acquired two Boeing 777-300ERs. In November, it placed a firm order for two all-economy class 840-seat Airbus A380s, for delivery in 2014. These are intended for Air Austral's Réunion-Paris flights. In June 2010, it was announced that Air Austral would start scheduled flights from Réunion to Bordeaux and Nantes from February 2011.
In August 2011, Air Austral received its first Boeing 777-200LR. In April 2012, founder and chief executive Gérard Ethève was replaced by Marie-Joseph Malé following financial difficulties caused by risky business decisions made worse by high fuel prices. Non-profitable lines to Nouméa, Sydney, Marseille, Bordeaux, Nantes, Toulouse and Lyon were closed. The company has since returned to profit. Also in April 2012, Air Austral was unable to pay for a new 777-200LR awaiting delivery. The company is looking to sell on the plane instead of taking delivery. Following this development, Air Austral announced in May 2012 that it would defer or cancel its order for 2 Airbus A380s, with a decision to be made by the end of June 2012.

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