Air Belgium has just announced good news for its travellers. It now offers flights to Reunion, Rodrigues and Antananarivo thanks to an interlining agreement with Air Mauritius, thus offering adventurers the possibility of discovering the beauty of the Indian Ocean.
The Belgian carrier recently announced its list of summer destinations including Reunion, Rodrigues and Antananarivo – the three paradise islands located in the Indian Ocean – are among them. The airline has partnered with Air Mauritius to offer travelers the opportunity to explore these exotic locations via Mauritius.
Reunion is known for its stunning natural beauty, including Piton de la Fournaise, one of the most active volcanoes in the world. Visitors can also learn about the island’s diverse cultures and cuisine, which is a mix of African, Asian and European influences.
Rodrigues is a small island located east of Mauritius, known for its pristine beaches, coral reefs and lagoons. The calm waters of the island make it the ideal place to practice water sports such as snorkeling, scuba diving and fishing.
Tananarive, also known as Antananarivo, is the capital of Madagascar. It is surrounded by beautiful rice fields, hills and lakes. The city is steeped in rich history and culture, with landmarks such as the Rova of Antananarivo and the Prime Minister’s Palace.
Traveling to these places has never been easier thanks to Air Belgium’s partnership with the airline from Mauritius. Passengers will travel from Brussels to Isle de France and then take a connecting flight to the desired destination.
The interlining agreement between the two airlines guarantees travelers a seamless travel experience. This means that their baggage will be checked through to their final destination and they will have access to airport lounges.