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Air Mauritius chooses APG as its General Representative in USA and Canada

Posted 6 September 2018 · Add Comment

Indian Ocean-based airline Air Mauritius has chosen APG to be its General Representative (GSA) in United States of America and in Canada.

“APG extensive coverage in North America is a perfect match with Air Mauritius’ development ambitions in these markets,”said Philippe Briue - manager France, offline Europe & North America,

"APG is delighted and honoured to represent Air Mauritius in countries as important as US and Canada. I am confident that our team of professionals in the field will ensure the success of the airline in these both markets,” added Sandrine de Saint Sauveur - CEO & President – APG.

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