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Travel to UAE: Emirates speeds up flights to destination due to high demand – News

The Indian Ocean destination eased entry restrictions for travelers last month


By web office

Published: Tue, 5 Apr 2022, 12:30 PM

Last update: Tue, 5 Apr 2022, 12:32 PM

Emirates will operate two daily flights on its flagship A380 aircraft to Mauritius from July 1, 2022 to meet increased travel demand to the island nation.

Emirates currently operates daily flights to Mauritius on its Boeing 777-300ER. In line with growing demand, the airline will increase from daily flights to nine weekly flights between April 9, 2022 and the end of June 2022, then switch to double daily flights from July 2022.

Emirates’ second daily flight will give a major boost to tourism to the Indian Ocean destination, which has now eased entry restrictions for travellers.

The additional flight will also provide more choice in flight schedules and seamless connectivity to customers from Europe, Americas and Middle East markets who wish to travel to Mauritius to enjoy its sandy beaches, crystal clear waters and its lush natural landscapes.

The Emirates A380 experience remains a customer favourite, offering 14 First Class suites, 76 Business Class sleeper seats and 426 Economy Class ergonomic seats.

Customers traveling to and from Mauritius can once again enjoy the aircraft’s spacious and comfortable cabins and must-have signature products and services, including the iconic A380 onboard lounge and shower spa. .

Passengers of all classes can enjoy regionally inspired cuisine designed by award-winning chefs and non-stop entertainment on their flights with ice, Emirates’ award-winning in-flight entertainment system featuring a catalog of over 4 500 channels featuring movies, music, TV shows, podcasts, audiobooks, games and more.

Customers can make reservations for travel to Mauritius on, the Emirates app or through local Emirates sales offices or through travel agents.


Emirates is committed to Mauritius and is currently in its 20th year of operations to the Indian Ocean destination. Over the past two decades, the airline has made a significant contribution to the local economy and tourism by transporting visitors from its global network spanning six continents.

Emirates has implemented a comprehensive set of measures on the ground at all touchpoints and on board to provide its passengers with the highest standards of safety and hygiene at every stage of the journey. Customers arriving from Dubai can also take advantage of state-of-the-art contactless technology to facilitate their journey through the airport.