Air Mauritius has announced the resumption of its direct operations to and from Indira Gandhi International Airport in New Delhi, starting from May 3, 2023.
The airline will operate two weekly flights using the Airbus A330 aircraft, offering a Business and Economy class configuration with a total capacity of 254 seats. The flight duration will be seven hours and thirty minutes.
|Flight Number||Routing||Days of Operations||Scheduled Time of Departure||Scheduled Time of Arrival|
|MK745||DEL-MRU||Thursdays & Sundays||08:00||14:00|
|MK744||MRU-DEL||Wednesdays & Saturdays||21:15||06:15*|
Note: *Arrival in New Delhi on Thursdays and Sundays. All timings are in local time.
Air Mauritius also operates six weekly flights to Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport in Mumbai.
Krešimir Kučko, CEO of Air Mauritius, expressed his excitement at resuming operations in New Delhi after three years of absence. He stated that India and Mauritius share a special relationship built on people-to-people ties and cultural, ancestral, linguistic, and geographical similarities.
He also mentioned that Air Mauritius would be celebrating its 50 years of presence in Mumbai in April this year and exploring new avenues with Air India for seamless connectivity to several destinations in India via both Mumbai and New Delhi.
About Air Mauritius
From its humble beginnings with the Piper Navajo, Air Mauritius has become one of the world’s youngest and most modern fleets, with the latest generation aircraft such as the Airbus A350-900 XWB and the A330-900neo.
The airline’s products and services have been rated 4-Star by rating agency SKYTRAX. In 2021, Air Mauritius won the Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline Economy Class 2021 and the Indian Ocean’s Leading Airline Brand 2021 & 2022 at the World Travel Awards.
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