Anticipated to launch as early as this year, this new connection promises a seamless link between the island paradise and the vibrant city of Durban. Brace yourselves for enhanced tourism and smoother trade in goods!
Nooriena Davids, the airline’s Country Sales Manager for Southern Africa. “This past year has seen many changes, flight disruptions, delayed and cancelled flights, and most recently, the cyclone disruptions. We want to thank you all for your unwavering commitment, dedication and support.”
Davids said the restoration of its schedules and maintenance of its fleet were the airline’s priorities for 2024. While Air Mauritius awaits delivery of an additional A350 in 2025, it will continue leasing aircraft to ensure sufficient capacity on its routes.
The industry was also introduced to Sixtine Marot, who has been at the helm of the airline’s sales and marketing team for the past six months. Marot expressed her gratitude to her local team for their role in the airline’s growth and revealed that the revival of the Durban route could be expected as soon as this year.
“Durban is definitely the next step for Air Mauritius in South Africa,” she said.