Corsair, France’s long-haul flight specialist, has confirmed the operation of five flights a week on the Mauritius route from 26 October 2021 to meet increasing demand for seats.
France is the number one market for visitors to Mauritius with over 300,000 arrivals from that country in 2019. The reintroduction of flights from three major cities by the second largest French airline further signals strong demand for travel as international tourism recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic. Corsair will join Air France and Air Mauritius in providing non-stop service between France and Mauritius, making it a highly competitive route.
Corsair will fly three times a week year-round from Paris Orly Airport, supplemented by a weekly service from Lyon and Marseille. Flights will be operated by the airline’s Airbus A330 aircraft, with three classes of service: Economy, Premium (Premium Economy) and Business.