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Air Mauritius' profits grow in FY2011: looking to emerging markets


Air Mauritius made a profit in FY2011, showing a distinct improvement from a EUR6.2 million net loss in FY2010 to a EUR10.3 million net profit for the 12 months to 31-Mar-2011. As the largest of the four national carriers in the 'Vanilla Islands Tourism Group', which includes Air Seychelles, Air Austral (Reunion), Air Madagascar and Comores Aviation International, the carrier is attempting to diversify its network through new services to China and increased capacity to India. [1136 words]

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  • Well in the black
  • Looking northeast
  • Competition – Vanilla Islands Tourism
  • Home dominance
  • A step in the right direction

Graphs and data:

  • Air Mauritius operating profit and operating profit margin: FY2009 to FY2011
  • Air Mauritius passenger numbers and passenger load factor: FY2007 to FY2010
  • Air Mauritius international capacity by region
  • Air Mauritius top ten international routes (by seats, 20-Jun-2011 to 26-Jun-2011)
  • Air Mauritius, Air Austral, Air Seychelles, Air Madagascar routes (excluding code-shares)
  • Mauritius Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport capacity (seats per week to/from) by carrier
  • Air Mauritius route map
  • Air Austral route map
  • Air Seychelles route map
  • Air Madagascar routes
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