As of July, Emirates Airlines enhances the Mauritius service with two daily flights with the “giant”

Emirates Airlines announced its intention to operate two daily flights to Mauritius with its Airbus A380 aircraft, starting from July 2022, to meet the growing demand for travel to that island country.

Emirates Airlines stated that it is currently operating a daily flight to Mauritius with its Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, pointing out that to keep pace with the increasing demand, it will expand the scope of its operations to nine flights per week between the ninth of this April and the end of next June, and then it will double The service is up to two flights daily, starting from July 1, 2022.


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Emirates Airlines confirmed that its second daily flight will give an important boost to tourism to the famous tourist destination in the Indian Ocean, which has eased entry restrictions for travelers. Middle East, looking to travel to Mauritius.


A380

According to Emirates Airlines, the experience of its A380 aircraft continues to be preferred by customers, as it offers 14 private suites in first class, 76 seats that convert into a flat bed in business class, and 426 comfortable seats in economy class.

Customers traveling to and from Mauritius will once again be able to enjoy the spacious and comfortable cabin of the plane and the distinguished products and services, including the air salon and the shower spa.

Passengers in all classes can also enjoy regional-inspired cuisine and non-stop entertainment on their flights, with Emirates' ice system, inflight entertainment.


Support Mauritius

Emirates Airlines indicated that it is strongly committed to Mauritius, and is now in its 20th year of operations to the Indian Ocean destination.

She explained that over the past two decades, she has made important contributions to the local economy and tourism by transporting visitors from across its global network spanning six continents.

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