The Indian Ocean island’s national carrier said its passenger numbers grew 6.6 percent to 810,239 from 759,957.
“The good performance in the second quarter has allowed the company to absorb the first quarter loss and show profit in the first six months,” the airline said in a statement.
In October, the airline added a brand new A350 to its fleet. A second one is earmarked for delivery by the end of this month.
Revenue rose to 253 million euros from 244 million euros, it said.
Air Mauritius said the second half of its financial year will be very challenging with the arrival of new players and fiercer competition on various routes.
It also expects prevailing fuel prices and any movement on the EUR/USD exchange rate to influence its full-year results.