Business Class Flights to Mauritius
Booking Business Class to Mauritius
In order to find the best fares available on business class flights to Manila, business travellers should speak to a SkyClub representative. SkyClub are a specialist team comprised of dedicated experts in the travel industry. We have the best offers for their business travellers. We are able to offer the best fares through a combination of knowledgeable specialists who have gained a significant amount of global experience, by taking the time to understand the requirements of each customer, dealing with customers on a personal level.
|Airline||Fly From||Fly To||Freq||From|
|Air Mauritius||Heathrow, Manchester, Edinburgh||MRU||6 per day||£2398|
|British Airways||Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester||MRU||4 per day||£2699|
|Emirates||Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester||MRU||4 per day||£2699|
Flying Business Class to Mauritius from the UK
There are a number of airlines that operate flights for business travellers from the UK directly to Mauritius. Airlines that offer flights and a business class cabin onboard their aircrafts include Lufthansa, Air Mauritius, British Airways, Emirates Airways and Virgin Atlantic.
The main port of entry for the business travellers flying from the UK to Mauritius is the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport which is located in the southeast at Plaisance. Mornings are often a busy time at the airport as this is when most flights from Europe will arrive; arrivals can become a rather congested place as a result. All visitors must provide details of their accommodation to immigration upon arrival. Flights operating from the UK will depart from a majority of the major UK gateways depending upon the airline – business travellers can fly directly from London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Manchester, Newcastle, Edinburgh and Glasgow to Mauritius.
Attractions, Getting Around and Where to Stay
Mauritius offers plenty of interesting attractions for business travellers who are visiting; there are a plethora of activities to do, things to see, new food to try and beaches to visit. The Grand Bay is one of the most popular places on the island, and has experienced a boost in tourism and visitors recently. It is a paradise for shoppers and also home to many of the bars and restaurants that are popular with both locals and visitors. There is also Flacq Market which is considered one of the most important Mauritian villages. It is the largest open air market and attracts a wide variety of produce and people. Finally, there is Blue Bay; business travellers wanting to examine the wildlife or try something different during their stay can enjoy a glass bottom boat outing or a snorkelling trip just off the bay.
Transport in Mauritius is varied depending on where your destination is. Driving may be the best option or business travellers as there is a major highway that runs through the country north to south; otherwise, there are a good and understandable network of roads, though often narrow, are easy to navigate. There are a number of car rental firms available across the island and this includes both well known international companies and smaller, independent firms. Taxis, however, are considered the best way to visit and navigate around the island; tours are available and they are easy to book and find. For more adventurous destinations, helicopters are available to provide travellers with tours and transfers.
There are a number of hotels recommended for business travellers to stay in whilst visiting Mauritius. The Mauritius Resort and Spa is an example; it sits on the west coast of the island and offers guests a chance to dine at any of its four restaurants or indulge in a treatment at the hotel spa. It is located almost an hour away from the Sir Ramgoolam International Airport. The InterContinental Mauritius Resort Balaclava Fort is another hotel recommended for business travellers, located 50 minutes from Plaisance International Airport and just north of the island’s capital. The hotel offers 210 rooms and is within close proximity to the central markets of Port Louis.