The appeal of Mauritius flights intensifies
The Mauritius strengthens its presence in growth markets and seeks to attract new customers. This effort involves the intensification of flights to this island paradise.
A first flight by the company TUI Nordic marks the kickoff of the service Stockholm / Oslo - Mauritius. Austrian Airlines (Austria) and Transaero (Russia) also made their comeback to Mauritius by ensuring one direct flight per week. Rotations from Milan will also be intensified during the strong year-end season.
Lufthansa and Turkish Airlines are also in talks with the Mauritian authorities to serve the International airport Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam in 2015.
For the Asian market, the frequency of flights and diversifying from cities increase significantly.
Emirates Airline: a first class partner
MTPA wanted to show his gratitude to the airline for its contribution and support in its diversification strategy. This effective close cooperation in recent years allows the destination Mauritius to target new segments and diversify markets in its priority areas such as marriage, golf and family. A second daily service provided by the A380, offers an additional capacity of 1,890 additional seats per week. This aircraft 489 passengers with 14 private suites in First Class, 76 Business Class seats and 399 spacious seats in economy class. Since the launch of the flight by the A380 between Dubai and Mauritius December 16, 2013, it’s over 251 000 people who have traveled on this unit.
"We can not be optimistic, it will reinvigorate the momentum of tourist arrivals and help to achieve great ambitions for the Mauritian tourism industry," said the director at the MTPA Mr. Karl Mootoosamy.