Friday, October 28, 2011

Italy to Mauritius flights,Verona now connected


The Italian airline Meridiana will launch its third flight Fly to Mauritius from 19 December. It will link the city of Verona to Plaisance, with a stopover in Rome.
Tourists and Mauritians in Northern Italy will soon be served. Meridiana Fly announces third flight from Mauritius to Italy from 19 December. After two flights to Milan and Rome, the city of Verona, located in the northeast of Italy in the Veneto region to be served by one of the biggest Italian airlines.
Departures are scheduled on Mondays at 7:00 p.m. in Verona for a landing the next day at 8:40 at the airport Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam, in Plaisance.
The return flight will depart on Tuesdays at 10:10, with a stopover in Rome Fiumicino Airport at 18:25 and landed in Verona in 21 hours. It is a Boeing 767 that will operate the route, only to hours.
Mario Monty, the representative of Meridiana Fly to Mauritius, said the decision followed a demand for this part of Italy, especially during the European winter.
"Meridiana Fly carries from 50 to 60% of Italian travelers in Mauritius and the north of Italy can now take advantage of this new route, even if it includes a stop in Rome," he argued.
Meridiana Fly, present in Mauritius since 2006, provides, in addition, the Milan Malpensa-Milan-Rome-Maurice Saturday (16h40) and Sunday (6:40 p.m.). A link is also served by the national airline Air Mauritius.

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