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Emirates Confirms Partnership with Mauritius

Emirates nowadays reaffirmed its organization with Mauritius by marking a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority (MTPA).

The current agreement builds on the existing association between the two substances to advance tourism to Mauritius from key markets over the Emirates network.

The MoU was marked at the 2022 Arabian Travel Market, the region’s biggest travel exchange occasion within the nearness of His Height Sheik Ahmed canister Saeed Al Maktoum, Chairman and Chief Official, Emirates Aircraft and Gather.

The agreement was marked by Mr. Ahmed Khoory, Emirates’ SVP Commercial West Asia & Indian Sea and Mr. Arvind Bundhun, Executive, Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority (MTPA).

Mr. Ahmed Khoory, SVP Commercial West Asia & Indian Ocean at Emirates said

“We enjoy a long-standing partnership with Mauritius and have had a fruitful association in the past. The renewal of this partnership is a testament of our commitment to boost tourism to the island nation.”

Emirates Reaffirms Partnership with Mauritius

“As international borders reopen and travel restrictions ease, we remain deeply committed to support initiatives that boost inbound tourism and increase leisure traffic to Mauritius. Emirates’ second daily flight will now start from 23 June to facilitate summer travel from the Americas, Europe and the Middle East to the island nation. The extension of our partnership reiterates our commitment to Mauritius and enables joint initiatives to undertake tourism recovery,” he added.

Honourable Louis Steven Obeegadoo, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Tourism said, “We are delighted to be renewing this MoU with Emirates as we pursue the strong partnership, we have developed over almost 20 years. Mauritius tourism is recovering fast, and some markets are already performing better than prior to the pandemic. We therefore welcome the increase in capacity planned by Emirates and the new partnership agreement as they will provide a boost to our tourist arrivals worldwide.”

Beneath the MoU, Emirates will together undertake marketing exercises with the Mauritius Tourism Promotion Board.

Emirates begun operations to Mauritius in September 2002 with three week by week flights and as of now is in its 20th year of operations to the Indian Sea goal.

Emirates right now works nine week by week flights to Mauritius and in line with rising request, the carrier will be scaling up operations to twofold day by day flights from 23 June 2022.

The moment every day flight will be served using a Boeing 777-300ER air ship from 23 June-30June and, from 1 July the carrier will send its lead A380 aircraft.

Emirates continues to put beat need on secure travel with the execution of comprehensive measures on the ground all through all touchpoints and on board to supply its travelers with the most noteworthy security and cleanliness benchmarks at each step of the travel.

Clients travelling from Dubai can moreover take advantage of state of the art contactless innovation to ease their travel through the airport.

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