12-14 May 2019 The Ravenala Attitude Hotel, Mauritius 

  • Address:
    Air Mauritius Centre, President John Kennedy Street
  • Website: www.airmauritius.com
  • AFRAA Membership:
    Since 1982
  • OWNERSHIP STRUCTURE:
    Air Mauritius Holding Ltd - 51%
    The Government of Mauritius - 8.4%
    The State Investment Corporation Ltd - 4.5%
    Rogers & Co Ltd - 4.3%
    Compagnie Nationale Air France - 2.8%
    Air India - 2.6%
    National Pension Fund - 2%
    The Mauritius Commercial Bank Ltd - 1.7%
    Other Shareholders - 22.7%
  • COMMERCIAL PARTNERSHIP
    Codeshare with:
    Air France, KML Royal Dutch Airline, Singapore Airline, Emirates, Malaysia Airline, Air India, Kenya Airways, South African Airways,
  • Vigin Australia, Air Madagascar, Honk Kong Airline, Honk Kong Airline, Air Austral, China Eartern Airline
  • DESTINATIONS SERVED
    Domestic
    Rodrigues
    Regional
    Antananarivo, Madagascar
    Saint Denis, Reunion
    Saint Pierre, Reunion
    Regional
    Paris, London, Amsterdam, Geneva, Hong Kong, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Shanghai, Chengdu, Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore,
  • Perth, Johannesburg, Cape Town, Nairobi, Dar-es-Salaam, Durban
  • Number of Employees: 3,000
  • Fleet:
    3 Airbus A340-300C
    2 Airbus A340-300B
    2 Airbus A330-200
    2 Airbus A350-900
    2 Airbus A319-100
    3 ATR 72-500
    2 Bell Jet Ranger 206 Helicopters
  • Fleet on order:
    4 A350-900
    2 A330 neo
  • Types of Services that you can render to other airlines:
    Ground Handling, Training, Ground Handling
  • Training Facilities:
    Air Mauritius Institute,
    Air Mauritius Institute
    Aircraft Technical
    IT Systems Training
    Amadeus Training

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VIEW OUR COMPANY PROFILE

  • Lillian Musyoka, Country Manager Kenya, outstations & Offl ines – Precision Air

    With a dynamic airline industry, I was expecting to learn more on cost management and business improvement and this was met.
  • Bongani Lukhele, Airport Director – Swaziland Civil Aviation Authority

    My objective was to meet and interact with external stakeholders and suppliers in the airline industry - this was met.
  • Olivier Theilig, MTU Maintenance

    The one to one session was the most valuable part of the event.
  • Matthew Miller, Business Development Manager - ACS Aviation Solutions

    The one-to-one meetings were very valuable.
  • Tayeb Rostami, Project Manager - Air BP

    Really great idea to have the one-on-one session, extremely productive. Overall this has been a really excellent conference, especially in terms of networking, very well organized by AFRAA and many thanks to everyone involved.
  • Latimer Mwaniki, Managing Consultant African Civil Aviation Commission

    Excellent forum for aviation stakeholders
  • Iyabo O. Sosina, Secretary General African Civil Aviation Commission

    It was a pleasure for me to have been part of the Convention and I must confess that I had a fruitful and enjoyableexperience. The programmme was well coordinated. Well done!
  • Eng. Ahmed Mokhtar, GM, Marketing - EgyptAir Training Center

    I congratulate AFRAA on the success of the Aviation Convention and the unbelievable efforts exerted during preparation.
  • Tim Bingham, General Manager - World Fuel Services

    The event was very well organized and the content of the presentations were very insightful. It is one of the few conferences I have attended in recent times that has proved worthwhile.
  • Ms. Adefunke Adeyemi, IATA

    Very well organised event as usual for AFRAA and great networking opportunities
  • Mrs. Aduke Atiba, Landover Co. Ltd

    Very good job overall and conference is very useful/practical in approach. I believe more key decision makers in the airline industry should have been in attendance; as the issues discussed had strong policy implications and not totally operational in nature
  • Mrs. Shingai Dhliwayo, Air Zimbabwe

    Great platform, Well organized
  • Mr. Tom Bright Amooti, DAS Handling Company Juba

    Great Networking opportunities! The convention was well arranged and planned well. Thanks AFRAA team for your coordination.
  • Mrs. Blessing Amiandamen, Medview Airline

    Information and Networking – yes this was achieved
  • Mr. Waltie Kleinhans, Flamingo Inflight Services

    Networking, learning and gathering information related to the industry. Yes, this was met.
  • Mrs. Carla da Silva, Air Mauritius

    Networking, understanding updates on the industry issues, maintain abreast of aviation challenges, opportunities and key issues – yes was met
  • Ms. Shornette Rodrigues, Travelport

    Recently joined the air commerce team so needed to understand how my role is linked to the industry as a whole. Yes, objective met
  • Mr. Kelvin Kaisi, Flamingo Inflight Services

    My main objectives were to get exposure on latest trends, understand the African Aviation market better and to network. They were met
  • Mrs. Safia Abdulhamid, Zanzibar Airports Authority

    To meet different airlines which are not operating to our airport and invite them. Objective was met
  • Mr. Bruno Boucher, Lufthansa Consulting

    Good set up, good organisation
  • Mr. Sibusiso Nkabinde, ATNS

    Comprehensive list of topics and discussions. Also a unique gathering of stakeholders
  • Ms. Loyiso Jiyana, Air Chefs

    The pricing/fare management masterclass
  • Mr. Lawrence Tsimane, Air Botswana

    Rockwell Collins' presentation during the masterclass
  • Mr. Semou Diouf, Egnos Africa

    Statistics. True discussion on current problems
  • Mr. Moitry Joel, Thales Avionics

    Quality/knowledge of presenters
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