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Air Mauritius revitalizes historic Asia-Africa route with code-share agreement

Air Mauritius revitalizes historic Asia-Africa route with code-share agreement

The tropical island of Mauritius has revived its ancient role as an Indian Ocean transit hub through a historic air corridor agreement that will bring Asia and Africa closer together, positioning Mauritius as the passageway between the two continents.
Connecting through Changi Airport in Singapore, Air Mauritius benefits from a code-share agreement that allows their flights to appear on Singapore Airline’s distribution networks, increasing sales potential to Chinese destinations.
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