Air Mauritius is pleased to announce the appointment of APG as its representative (GSA) to ensure its marketing in Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Greece, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain.
APG is an international company with over one hundred offices operating in over 170 countries.
This partnership represents a significant opportunity for Air Mauritius to strengthen its global presence, increase sales in critical markets and generate additional tourism from these markets. APG has the necessary resources and skills to improve the international representation, marketing and communication of Air Mauritius.
APG currently represents Air Mauritius in major markets including the United States, Canada, Italy, Switzerland and Germany.
This strategic appointment will play a key role in facilitating the airline’s expansion efforts, particularly with the introduction of new operations in Europe.
From October 2023, Air Mauritius will start operating two weekly flights to Geneva while increasing its frequencies to London with a daily flight to London Gatwick Airport from October 29, 2023.
Air Mauritius CEO Mr. Kresimir Kucko said:
“In line with our goal to help Mauritius reach its target of 1.4 million visitors by the end of the year, we see this initiative as an optimal way to grow our agent network of sales by collaborating with APG, which we are convinced will strengthen Air Mauritius’ sales.
The CEO of APG Inc, Ms. Sandrine de Saint Sauveur, added:
“We are delighted to strengthen our partnership with Air Mauritius to offer the best services
How will APG be bankrupted by Air Mauritius?
You will soon find out!!!
This company is moribund and Maurice is too expensive!