The ambassador to Mauritius, this is the leading role that Air Mauritius is playing. It is not just an airline that is trying to provide services and inventing offers, but also it is trying to deliver the spirit of Mauritius and its people on all of the flights that it undertakes. Air Mauritius was established in 1967. The airline is headquartered at the Air Mauritius Centre in Port Louis, Mauritius. Continuing to be the favored choice for passengers, it is always trying to use the tools that safeguard the highest standards of quality. For this reason, it has gained a lot of international awards appreciating the quality of its services on the ground and in flight, having the most distinctive features that deserve to be celebrated for and awarded. It is always keen to come up with the slogans the crew is adopting.
The priorities of the company:
Air Mauritius is an IOSA-certified (IATA Operational Safety Audit) airline, as it is having different priorities which safety and security come atop. The fleet is mainly comprised of Airbus aircraft with up-to-date equipment. Moreover, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) approved Air Mauritius to upkeep aircraft of European operators.
As a principal contributor to the tourism industry, the company is investing to help achieve the main objectives of the industry’s growth. To explain, Air Mauritius carries annually 36000 tons of cargo, the thing which makes it an essential partner to the national growth.
The free baggage allowance will be clarified on the ticket, but in case of an electronic ticket, it will be shown on itinerary and receipt.
The following baggage allowance data applies to tickets issued as from 15 Jun 2016 per passenger (adult or child over 2 years of age):
· For business class, baggage allowance for domestic or international flights is 2 pieces with a maximum weight limit of 32 kg each.
· For economy class, baggage allowance varies based on the origin and the destination. For example:
If your flight is from Africa to Europe/Asia/Oceania/Africa/Indian Ocean Islands, then the baggage allowance will be 2 pieces (up to 23 kg each).
If your flight is from Europe via Paris or Amsterdam to the Indian Ocean Islands/Africa/Asia/Oceania, then the baggage allowance will be 1 piece (up to 23 kg).
If your flight is from Europe via London to the Indian Ocean Islands/Africa/Asia/Oceania, then the baggage allowance will be 1 piece (up to 30 kg).
If your flight is from Asia to the Indian Ocean Islands/Africa/Asia/Oceania/Europe via London, then the baggage allowance will be 1 piece (up to 30 kg).
If your flight is from Mauritius/Rodrigues to Rodrigues/Mauritius, then the baggage allowance will be 15kg.
If your flight is from Mauritius/Rodrigues to Reunion/Madagascar, then the baggage allowance will be 1 piece (up to 30 kg).
If your flight is from Mauritius/Rodrigues to Europe via Paris, then the baggage allowance will be 1 piece (up to 23 kg).
If your flight is from Mauritius/Rodrigues to Europe via London/Asia/Oceania/Africa, then the baggage allowance will be 2 pieces (up to 23 kg each).
Avoiding long queues at the check-in counters at the airport to save time, online check-in is available from anywhere anytime from 30 hours up to 2 hours before the flight's departure, except for Mumbai of which the passenger can check-in online anytime from 30 hours up to 4 hours before flight departure.