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The partnership between Air Mauritius and South African Airways approved

Posted 27 October 2019 · Add Comment

The South African Competition Commission has approved the commercial partnership between Air Mauritius and South African Airways (SAA) for the Mauritius-Johannesburg route.

This partnership includes connecting flights from Johannesburg to Mauritius for the networks of the two airlines.

Air Mauritius and South African Airways will significantly increase the number of seats and cargo capacity. The two airlines will also coordinate their schedules to provide better choice and a greater flexibility for passengers through enhanced connections.

"We are pleased that our negociation with SAA has been successful. Customers of both our airlines and countries will benefit from this partnership. It will boost passenger growth and cargo traffic between Mauritius and South Africa, while promoting travel and, more broadly bolstering economic activity ", said representatives of Air Mauritius.

 

 

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