Posted On 2014/06/18 By In News, China Outbound, Destinations With 476 Views

China Southern brings Chinese Travelers to Mauritius

The first flight of China Southern Airlines is expected in Mauritius on June 28, the Office of Mauritian tourism said on Monday in Port Louis. A meeting was held in May 2014 in Mauritius between the Minister of Tourism and Recreation, Michael Sik Yuen, the Deputy Chairman of China National Tourism Administration Wang Zhifa, representatives of China Southern Airlines and other stakeholders of the Tourism industry. During the meeting, China Southern Airlines announced its intention to serve Mauritius at the end of June 2014 saw the growth of Chinese travelers to Mauritius.

The application submitted to the Mauritian government was approved at the Council of Ministers held Friday. China Southern Airlines becomes the first international airline which serves Mauritius and China. Air Mauritius has eight flights per week to China and plans to add another direct flight to Beijing next month. With the implementation of the diversification strategy, the number of tourists from China increased dramatically over the last three years.

According to the Office of Mauritian tourism, 15,133 Chinese came to Mauritius in 2011. In 2012 they went up to 20,885, an increase of 38 percent. Last year, the arrival of 41, 913 Chinese tourists were recorded with an increase of 100.7 percent. According to the office, this year’s growth target of Mauritius in the Chinese market is to double arrivals 2013, to reach 80,000.


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Article: Xinhua News Agency & Global Post / Image: Pieter van Marion

The first flight of China Southern Airlines is expected in Mauritius on June 28, the Office of Mauritian tourism said on Monday in Port Louis. A meeting was held in May 2014 in Mauritius between the Minister of Tourism and Recreation, Michael Sik Yuen, the Deputy Chairman of China National Tourism Administration Wang Zhifa, representatives of China Southern Airlines and other stakeholders of the Tourism industry. During the meeting, China Southern Airlines announced its intention to serve Mauritius at the end of June 2014 saw the growth of Chinese travelers to Mauritius. The application submitted to the Mauritian government was approved at the Council of Ministers held Friday. China Southern Airlines becomes the first international airline which serves Mauritius and China. Air Mauritius has eight flights per week to China and plans to add another direct flight to Beijing next month. With the implementation of the diversification strategy, the number of tourists from China increased dramatically over the last three years. According to the Office of Mauritian tourism, 15,133 Chinese came to Mauritius in 2011. In 2012 they went up to 20,885, an increase of 38 percent. Last year, the arrival of 41, 913 Chinese tourists were recorded with an increase of 100.7 percent. According to the office, this year's growth target of Mauritius in the Chinese market is to double arrivals 2013, to reach 80,000. Learn more in our Global Ready China Seminars Sources: Article: Xinhua News Agency & Global Post / Image: Pieter van Marion

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Glenda (a California native who began her hospitality and tourism career in Hawaii) has been in the travel and tourism industry for over 25 years and is currently a marketing consultant with the California Travel and Tourism Commission. Glenda’s experience in travel trade training and development was pivotal to the success of opening new tourism offices in Brazil, China, Mexico, Australia, and Korea. In her tenure at the CTTC, Glenda organized sales missions, travel trade and media events worldwide.

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