Seychelles Civil Aviation Authority has a new logo


The Seychelles Civil Aviation Authority (SCAA) is Seychelles’ aviation regulatory body, which oversees and is responsible for, among others, the management of the archipelago’s public airports, aviation security, provides air navigation services and carries out safety inspections. They revealed their new corporate logo and have also taken steps to intensify their presence on social media platforms. The organization is now visible on Twitter, Instagram, Google+, YouTube and Facebook, all used to provide key information details to both traveling public as well as the aviation industry.

CEO Gilbert Faure was the one presenting the revamped logo to a number of invited guests.

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The SCAA also surprised and delighted travelers recently with a well-orchestrated Flash Mob. This video was widely distributed and we salute them for their innovative approach to entice tourists, and for their ability to think outside the box.


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