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Air Mauritius - Air France agreement to cover 6 additional points in Germany

Posted 3 October 2016 · Add Comment

Air Mauritius is extending its network coverage of Germany by 6 additional destinations through its Codeshare Agreement with Air France as from 1 October 2016.

The extended agreement will now cover Berlin, Bremen, Hamburg, Hanover, Nuremburg and Stuttgart in addition to Dusseldorf, Frankfurt and Munich which are already covered in the current agreement.

The Codeshare Agreement between Air France and Air Mauritius, which dates back to 1998, covers the Mauritius-Paris route as well as destinations beyond Paris and destinations beyond Mauritius.

With the addition of these 6 cities, Air Mauritius is now able to place its Code to 41 cities beyond Paris, including 11 cities in France, across 11 European countries. More than 180 weekly codeshare flights to and from Paris Charles de Gaulle will be added to the current offer.
 
With the joint Air Mauritius and Air France operations between Mauritius and Paris, Air Mauritius will thus codeshare on over 1,500 Air France operated flights in and out of Paris weekly. These codeshare connections allow Air Mauritius passengers travelling to and from Europe via the Paris hub to enjoy a seamless travel experience, adding the convenience of coupling a long-haul journey with a shorter regional one to reach their destination.
 
For its part, beyond Mauritius, Air France places its code on 4 destinations operated by Air Mauritius namely Saint Denis, Saint Pierre, Durban and Perth.
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