By James Wilkinson
Air Mauritius has announced a new schedule for Australia that will see the dropping of Sydney as a destination.
Air Mauritius will no longer fly to Sydney
According to the airline, the new schedule is “in line with objectives to provide a consistent schedule and to maintain flights to the existing Australian network”.
And from April 27, Air Mauritius will operate a linked Melbourne and Perth service, instead of operating two separate weekly flights.
In the peak period of December 2009 to January 2010, Air Mauritius will once again operate de-linked direct flights to Perth on a twice-weekly basis and Melbourne on a weekly basis.
Established in 1967, Air Mauritius is the national airline of Mauritius and operates flights to 24 destinations on four continents. Over 1.3 million passengers were carried by the airline in the last fiscal year.
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