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Air Mauritius doubles daily flights to Rodrigues

Posted 5 August 2020 · Add Comment

Air Mauritius, following their successful resumption of commercial flights on the Rodrigues route on the 1st of July, have from the beginning of this month, added a second daily flight to the Island.



Image courtesy Air Mauritius


Air Mauritius increased the current daily frequency to twice daily as of Saturday 1st of August 2020.

Flight schedule on the Mauritius- Rodrigues route

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Passengers are reminded that they are required to abide by measures imposed by the authorities and wear face masks for the flight. 
 
International commercial passenger flights will remain suspended until 31st August 2020. Air Mauritius will, however, continue the operation of repatriation flights and maintain its scheduled commercial cargo operations.

 


 

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