South Africa’s regional carrier, Airlink, is planning to provide a reduced flight schedule commencing on April 20,2020 to key business destinations in South Africa, Lesotho, eSwatini, Zimbabwe, St Helena Island, Zambia and Botswana, the airline has announced.
According to a flight schedule released, the airline said they had already planned to operate independently using their own unique “4Z” flight code from June 11, 2020, but have brought the day of resuming their schedule forward to April 20, 2020, should it be safe to do so.
“Whilst the restrictions are currently intended to last for 21 days, we will take our cue from the Government and the relevant health authorities,” said the airline.
They added that they will keep their customers, travel agents and operators informed should unforeseen circumstances necessitate a change to the date of resuming.
The key routes of the reduced flight schedule commencing on 20 April 2020 are, in South Africa; Cape Town to George, Johannesburg to Bloemfontein, Johannesburg to Kimberly, Johannesburg to Pietermaritzburg, Johannesburg to Mthatha, Johannesburg to Nelspruit and Johannesburg to Richards Bay.
In Lesotho, the flights will be from Johannesburg to Maseru, in eSwatini, the flights will be from Johannesburg to Lubombo, in Zimbabwe, they will be from Johannesburg to Harare and Johannesburg to Bulawayo, in St Helena Island they will be from Johannesburg to St Helena Island, Zambia will have Johannesburg to Lusaka and Johannesburg to Ndola whilst Botswana will have Johannesburg to Gaborone.