• Joe Breitfeller

Corsair to Resume Service to Mauritius From October 22, 2021

Corsair will resume service to Mauritius from October 22, 2021 with up to five weekly flights from Paris-Orly, and two weekly flights from Lyon and Marseille. The routes will be serviced with a new Airbus A330neo.


Corsair Airbus A330neo - Courtesy Airbus

On Wednesday (October 13, 2021), Corsair announced the restart of flights between France and Mauritius starting October 22, 2021. The carrier will offer up to five weekly flights from Paris-Orly, as well as two weekly flights from Lyon and Marseille. In addition to three weekly direct flights from Paris-Orly to Mauritius, the airline is also launching two weekly flights from Paris-Orly to Mauritius via Reunion on Thursdays and Saturdays. Flights from Lyon will be operated with a short stopover in Marseille (1:10 outbound, 1:00 inbound) , without an aircraft change. Upon arrival in Reunion, Corsair guests will benefit from a short connection to Mauritius (1h20 outbound and 1h30 inbound) via a simple transit in the terminal in Reunion.


All flights to Mauritius will be operated with a new 352-seat Airbus A330neo featuring 20 Business Class, 21 Premium Economy and 311 Economy Class seats, including 33 in Economy+. The A330neo offers improved environmental performance versus previous generation aircraft with a 60 percent noise footprint reduction (six decibels in the cabin), and a 25 percent reduction in fuel consumption and emissions per seat. The launch of the new service to Mauritius also coincides with the 12th Annual Indian Ocean Triathlon, which takes place from November 14th through 21st in Le Morne, Mauritius.


Corsair's Schedule From Paris-Orly, Lyon and Marseille to Mauritius - Courtesy Corsair

Source: Corsair