Emirates airline will introduce two additional flights between Dubai and Mauritius, a move which will increase the service to 11 weekly flights.
The 10th frequency will be launched Nov 4 while the 11th weekly flight will start Dec 6, increasing existing the capacity by 22 percent per week per direction.
‘We are standing by the destination at a time when the international outlook for travel is uncertain,’ said Majid Al Mualla, Emirates’ senior vice president, commercial operations, West Asia ‘&’ Indian Ocean.
‘Our decision to introduce these extra flights is the result of our long-term partnership with the island. We wish to thank the Government of Mauritius for its trust in Emirates
EK 3705 will take off from Terminal 3, Dubai International Airport at 10:15 hrs and touch down at SSR International Airport in Mauritius at 16:55 hrs. It will turn around as EK 3706, departing Mauritius at 18:20 hrs and arriving in Dubai at 01:10 hrs the following day. The two additional flights will operate on Tuesdays and Fridays.
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