Most international airlines that have connected Madagascar are now back.
|– Paris CDG – Antananarivo||10 flights|
|– Milan-Nosy Be – Antananarivo||1 flight|
|– Mauritius – Antananarivo||5 flights|
|– Reunion Island – Antananarivo||7 flights|
|– Addis-Ababa – Antananarivo||7 flights|
|– Reunion – Tamatave||3 flights|
|– Dzaoudzi – Majunga||1 flights|
|– Nairobi – Antananarivo||7 flights|
|– Instanbul – Antananarivo||2 flights|
Air Madagascar has been rebranded and become MADAGASCAR AIRLINES. Its sister company named TSARADIA is the one that connect the domestic lines.
The service and punctuality have been drastically improved but one should still expect changes and delays like anywhere else. As a local tour operator, we are here to optimize the use of your time as we are able to amend the tour program if necessary until the last minutes of your journey.
. South African Airlink is has resumed its flight to Madagascar. Likewise for CorsairFly from Paris.
. Ethopian Airlines started connecting Addis Abeba – Antananarivo
. Most travelers reaches Madagascar from the UK via Nairobi with Kenya Airways as it connects Nairobi-Antananarivo, two times week.
. From Asia and Australia, it is suggested to fly Mauritius with Air Mauritius.
Air Mauritius also flies from Perth to Saint Denis, La Reunion, then continue to Antananarivo for 2h flight.
. From Paris, it is quite easy to reach Antananarivo. Most flights are via Paris – Charles de Gaule Airport, Orly Airport or Milan. Air France, CorsairFly and Neos Air
. From Russia, most people now reach Madagascar via Mauritius and connect to Antananarivo with Air Mauritius itself.
. Air Madagascar has stopped connecting to Guangzhou
. Air Seychelles does any longer fly to Antananarivo.
The visa is delivered on arrival or applied online.
The visa can be obtained and paid for upon arrival at Antananarivo airport.
For stays of less than 15 days, there is no visa fee; however, travelers will need to pay a 10-euro administrative fee for border control formalities.
Visa fees for different durations are as follows:
30-day visa: 35 Euros / 37 USD / 115.000 MGA.
60-day visa: 40 Euros / 45 USD / 135.000 MGA.
The visa issued at the airport allows a maximum stay of 60 days. Tourists who wish to stay longer can request an extension of their tourist visa for up to 90 days from the immigration service.
The eVisa to Madagascar can now be applied online. The link:
A six-month valid passport beyond arrival with at least one blank page is required as well as a return or onward ticket and sufficient funds for the duration of the stay is also required – otherwise you will risk immediate expulsion upon entry.