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MK cancels Bangkok flights Today's News

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Air Mauritius has cancelled its operations to Bangkok, which were scheduled to start on October 31.

The airline was to operate two weekly flights – a direct flight to Bangkok on Saturdays and a flight via Singapore on Wednesdays.  
The airline said passengers would be accommodated via Singapore or Kuala Lumpur. Agents should contact the airline for rebooking or refunds. 

The cancellation is due to the carrier rationalising its routes. The airline also announced last week that it had cancelled its additional Friday flights from Cape Town to Mauritius.

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