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Indian consultants roped in to help Air Mauritius fly again

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The newly created Airport Holdings Ltd has reportedly sought the services of the Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation India (CAPA) to come up with a new business model for Air Mauritius in a bid to make the company become profitable in the years to come.

CAPA’s Chief Operating Officer, Kapil Kaul, accompanied with 30 officials of the organization land in Mauritius today.

The national airline, Air Mauritius, which came out of voluntary administration on September 28, will now operate under the overarching entity known as the Airport Holdings Ltd which will also encompass all other State-owned entities operating at the Sir Seewoosagur Ramgoolam International Airport, namely, Mauritius Duty Free Paradise Ltd, Airport Terminal Operations Ltd, Airmate and Airports of Mauritius Ltd.

The government has already injected a sum of Rs 12 billion to pay part of the company’s creditors and to provide a working capital for the airline to start its operations.

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