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Air Mauritius Up's Frequencies.
08 May 2012
Following the implementation of its new business model, Air Mauritius has seen a 3% increase in capacity with a rebalancing of growth on short- and medium-haul flights – mainly around the Indian Ocean rim and emerging markets. André Viljoen, acting ceo, stated: “Our plan, which consists of recovery and game changer steps, is in motion. This year we will add over 70 000 seats while rebalancing growth to the Indian Ocean-rim countries and Asia. We are also providing a wider choice and giving flexibility to our customers. We believe that we now have a more attractive offer in line with the worldwide trend.”
The following additional weekly flights have been added:
From April: Mumbai, one extra frequency to reach four frequencies
From June : Perth, one extra frequency to reach three frequencies
From end of October: Nairobi, one extra frequency to reach three frequencies; Johannesburg, up to seven frequencies to reach 14 frequencies; Cape Town, one extra frequency to reach three frequencies; Antananarivo, two extra frequencies to reach six frequencies; Kuala Lumpur, three non-stop frequencies.
“From Johannesburg, we will connect twice a day to many points in Southern Africa with our partner, South African Airways. From Nairobi, we will connect three times a week to many points to East and West Africa with our partner Kenya Airways,” stated the airline.
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