Comair aircraft has announced that it will be back in the skies again from the first of next month as planned. This follows a temporary suspension of services in response to the adjusted Level 4 lockdown and low demand for air travel.
The airline, which operates kulula.com and British Airways, has been working on new, flexible fare options to better meet customers’ requirements, and is also looking to reopen more routes such as Mauritius.
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Meanwhile, SAA has also announced plans to resume flights on the 23rd of next month. The airline’s interim CEO Thomas Kgokolo says they will start operating flights from Johannesburg to Cape Town, Accra, Kinshasa, Harare, Lusaka and Maputo.