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Mauritius: A second Emirates Airbus A380 will operate from late October to reach the tarmac of Plaisance

The second Airbus A380 in the colours of the airline company of Dubai, Emirates Airlines, and which should serve Mauritius from December 1, 2014, will land earlier than expected in Plaisance on October 26.
"We are delighted to be able to advance the beginning of the implementation of the second service of the A380 on Mauritius. Introducing this service in the island in October shows that the popularity of our product is in constant progression. This second A380 will increase the capacity of Emirates on this service by 1,890 seats per week", said Orhan Abbas, Vice President of Emirates and Director of trading operations, as reported by the site.
The largest civil aircraft in the world that can accommodate 489 passengers in its configuration will be deployed on the two daily frequencies of the Dubai Company to Mauritius.
Thus, Emirates Airlines will ensure two flights per day, departing from the hub of Dubai, to reach the tarmac at pleasure Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam international airport in Mauritius.

Fabrice François

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