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Air Mauritius Signs a Codeshare Agreement with China Eastern Airlines

Posted 21 April 2017 · Add Comment

Air Mauritius entered into a codeshare agreement with China Eastern Airlines effective 18 April 2017.

Under this agreement, China Eastern Airlines will codeshare as marketing carrier on flights operated by Air Mauritius to China namely Shanghai, Beijing, Guangzhou and Chengdu. Air Mauritius flights will therefore appear and be available for sales on the distribution network of China Eastern Airlines. This codeshare agreement represents an opportunity to increase sales on the China routes.

China Eastern Airlines is the second largest carrier in China operating both international and domestic flights. It has its main hubs in Shanghai and Beijing.

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