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Air Mauritius Direct Flights: Paris, London, Shanghai

 One of the great benefits of flying Mauritius’s National Airline, Air Mauritius, is that with so many direct flights, you spend less time travelling and stopping over somewhere in transit, and more time enjoying your holiday the way you want.

With direct and affordable flights from Cape Town and Beijing to Perth and Singapore, you’re able to discover Mauritius and lots of other great destinations and cities around the world. And all with an authentic Mauritian experience from beginning to end on our full service airline.

Below we’ve pulled out a few top sights you can take advantage of on three of our popular direct routes: Paris, London and Shanghai. And remember, once you’ve filled your shopping bags you can also check out our new online duty free shopping service where goods ordered will be delivered to you on board your flight.


Air Mauritius: Paris

Direct Flights

Cathédrale Notre Dame de Paris
Gothic and with scary-looking gargoyles, this imposing and medieval icon is a must for visitors. Follow it with a walk along the neighbouring Seine.

Basilique du Sacré Coeur
In the lively 18th arrondissement, this white marble church looms over the Montmartre district with gold mosaics and impressive stained glass windows.

Rue Mouffetard

If you’re on the hunt for some foodie delicacies, this cobblestoned market street is packed with gourmet shop. Try visiting on a Saturday. 

Air Mauritius: London

Direct Flights

Tower of London

The Tower is actually a castle of 22 towers and offers a compelling history of London. See the colourful Beefeaters, Crown Jewels and famous ravens.

Shakespeare’s Globe

The new Globe was built to resemble the original and has some fascinating exhibits and tours on Shakespeare and theatre in the 17th century.

London Eye

A great way to get some perspective on England’s capital, the London Eye stands 135m high and affords views 25 miles in every direction.


Air Mauritius: Shanghai

Direct Flights

Jade Buddha Temple

A still active Buddhist monastery built in 1918 with a transcendent Buddha crafted from pure jade, one of five shipped back to China by the monk Hui Gen.

Shanghai Tower

This Tower is China’s tallest building twists to the sky in dramatic fashion, corkscrewing to 632m and with 121-storeys.

Yùyuán Gardens & Bazaar

These gardens were founded in between 1559–77 and are a fine example of Ming garden design. Expect shimmering pools with fish, pines, rockeries and blossoms.

With Air Mauritius you’ll benefit from an authentic Mauritian experience from the start of your journey whether you’re looking for beaches, cities, food or just your next adventure. Our Amedee Maingard lounge has just won the ‘Indian Ocean’s Leading Airport Lounge’ at the 2016 edition of the World Travel Awards for its world-class facilities.

Start your flight with Air Mauritius and book your next big adventure with us today.

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