Officially named as Air Mauritius Limited and operating as Air Mauritius is the flag carrier of Mauritius. The company was set up on 14 June 1967 by Air France (the BOAC enterprise) and the Government of Mauritius. In the starting, the carrier operated international services in conjunction with Air France, Air India and British Airways, until 1972 when the company restricted its activities to ground services only. By April 1980, the company had 414 employees and a fleet of one Boeing 707-420, one Boeing 737-200 and two Twin Otters to serve a Routs network of passenger and cargo services to Bombay, Nairobi, London, Réunion, Rome, Rodrigues and Tananarive. Presently, Air Mauritius has fleet size of 12 that serves to a total of 26 destinations worldwide.
The Air Mauritius Centre in Port Louis, Mauritius. Its main hub is Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport. Air Mauritius is supposed to be the fourth largest carrier in Sub-Saharan Africa region with a significant stand in the European, Indian Ocean and African region markets. This airline company has a special frequent flyer programme is called “Kestrelflyer”, which offers Silver and Gold accounts for the customers. Apart from the aircrafts, the airline also has three Bell Jet Ranger helicopters that are used for tour services.
Air Mauritius Top Flight Routss (Domestic & International)Air Mauritius covers a fine network by flying on various domestic and international Routss. Air Mauritius also connects to several international destinations across the world. Its top five Routss in terms of available seats are Mauritius–Reunion, Mauritius–Paris, Mauritius–Johannesburg, Mauritius–Antananarivo and Mauritius–London; the biggest international markets served by the carrier in terms of seat capacity in Southern Africa and Western Europe. At this time, the airline had a fleet of five Airbus A340-300s, one ATR42-300, two ATR42-500s and two Boeing 767-200ERs that serve the mentioned Routs network.
Baggage allowance in Air Mauritius flights varies as per the cabin class and domestic & international Routss. For European Routss, the standard baggage allowance is up to 23 kg. Students travelling on basis of Student fares will be entitled to a second free additional piece of luggage of 23 kg maximum. For non-European Routss the baggage allowance differs as 23 Kg for Economy Class and 30 Kg for Business Class, similarly for non-European Routss, students are entitled to carry a baggage of 40 Kg, if they are travelling on student fares. For Rodrigues to Mauritius and vice versa (excluding travel to/from Australia) the baggage allowance of Economy Class is 15 Kg. On international flights, infants (under 2 years) are permitted to a free baggage allowance of 10 kg plus one stroller and one hand baggage free of charge. On the Mauritius to Rodrigues flights and vice versa, infants are entitled to a free baggage allowance of 5 kg plus one stroller and one hand baggage free of charge.