Air Madagascar is Madagascar's flag carrier, operates domestic flights, but also flies to destinations in the Indian Ocean region, South Africa, France and China. In 2017, Air Austral has been choosen as partner, who will overtake 49% of its capital.
Madagasikara Airways is new on the market since 2015, offering domestic flights. They operate using turbo prop aircraft from Embraer. In 2017, the also fly to St. Pierre on Réunion Island.
On the long run, Air France links Paris with Antananarivo about 4 times per week, using an A 340, but B 777 most of the time.
CorsAir also links Paris and Antananarivo several times per week. In 2017, they added the regional flight each sunday from Antananarivo to St. Denis on Réunion Island.
Air Mauritius flies to Antananarivo from Mauritius almost every day and offers connections into their international network
Air Austral links Antananarivo and several other cities in Madagascar and the region with St. Denis on Réunion Island. It remains to be seen, how cooperation with Air Madagascar, after the 49% share take over, will develope.
South African Airlink daily links J'bourg and Antananarivo.
Kenya Airways offers two daily flights between Nairobi and Antananarivo, one however in the middle of the night. The long distance to and from Amsterdam is operated either by a KLM B 747 or a Kenya Airways B 787 Dreamliner. Most of our customer use this airline.
Turkish comes to Madagascar three times per week, from Istanbul via Mauritius. They offer a lot of connections from and to eastern Europe.
Ethiopian links, since end of march 2017, three times per week, Addis Abbeba with Antananarivo.
Air Seychelles comes to Tana several times per week from the Seychelles islands, connecting flights are operated in cooperation with Ethihad.