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From May 2016 Eurowings will fly to the island nation of Mauritius once a week

Magnificent beaches, fantastic diving areas, and unspoiled nature – the island nation of Mauritius in the southwest Indian Ocean is one of Asia's dream destinations. From the beginning of May next year, it will also be possible to reach the long-haul destination affordably and comfortably with Eurowings from Cologne/Bonn. Flights to Mauritius can be booked immediately.

On 5 May next year, Eurowings will launch a weekly flight to the island. An Airbus A330 long-haul jet will then fly from Cologne/Bonn to the international airport in Grand Port on the main island every Thursday at 17:05, arriving on the following day at 06:55 local time. The return flight to Germany with Eurowings will leave every Friday at 08:35 local time. The jet will touch down as scheduled in Cologne on Fridays at 18:25.

The new Eurowings range is constantly growing as illustrated by this new destination. The long-haul flights leave from Cologne/Bonn but there are also excellent connecting flights for the long-haul destinations from and to Hamburg and Berlin/Tegel.

Eurowings will start its long-haul range in the coming weeks initially with two A330-200 from Cologne/Bonn. The new Eurowings programme includes a total of six long-haul destinations for the winter season 2015/2016, including popular destinations in the Caribbean (Puerto Plata, Punta Cana, Varadero), Thailand (Phuket, Bangkok) and Dubai. The flight to Mauritius is part of the extended range on offer from the summer season next year.

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