Last year, Delta and United faced off trying to access the few South African route authorities available. Since South Africa does not have an airline in the market, the South African government (wisely) allowed both airlines to get frequencies. Both US carriers...
[UPDATE] BP South Africa’s response to our request for more information: A statement from Hamlet Morule, Head of Communications & External Affairs at bp Southern Africa “As part of good business practice, Air bp reviews its portfolio on a continuous...
UPDATE – Eswatini flag carrier Eswatini Air is looking to take to the skies towards the end of March. This follows the securing of a Foreign Operator Permit for Zimbabwe and the anticipated issuance of similar authorization by South Africa. Eswatini Air poised...
[UPDATED] British Airways announced a codeshare partnership with Airlink, improving connectivity between the UK, Europe, North America, and more than 15 destinations in Southern Africa. British Airways’ history in South Africa runs deep – it was the first...
South Africa-based regional carrier Airlink is set to resume services to Madagascar. In a statement from Johannesburg today, Airlink said it would “restart scheduled services between South Africa and Madagascar from 30 January 2023.” This follows the lifting of a ban...
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