Well run, punctual and charming, Air Mauritius will make your journey from Europe to the holiday paradise of Mauritius effortless and enjoyable.
Air Mauritius flights
Mauritius is an all-year-round holiday resort saved from extreme temperatures. In the summer months, from November to April, the temperature varies from 20C to 28C on the central plateau and from 25C to 33C on the coast. From May to October, the average temperature is 19C in the centre of the island, rarely falling under 13C at night. On the coast, all temperatures are about 5C higher.
If you need more reasons to fly Air Mauritius may we add that the ultra modern fleet of spacious Airbus aircraft (the super modern A330-200 came into service in 2008) and impeccable on-board service means that your holiday starts the moment you step on board.
The hub of Air Mauritius operations is at the wonderfully named Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport. (MRU)
Air Mauritius in wonderland
"It was high time to go, for the pool was getting quite crowded with the birds and animals that had fallen into it: there was a Duck and a Dodo, a Lory and an Eaglet, and several other curious creatures." said Lewis Carroll. We can’t agree more, it’s time to forsake the crowded swimming pools of the Mediterranean and head for the beautiful uncrowded beaches of Mauritius, which incidentally was the last place on earth man observed the long extinct, flightless Dodo bird.