South African low-cost carrier, FlySafair is resuming operations.
According to the travel update posted on the airline’s website, the FlySafair contact centre will open on June 8, 2020 to prepare for flight operations that will begin on June 15, 2020.
“Flights departing from 15 June onwards will be listed on our website for sale, as soon as the relevant authorities confirm our schedules – we expect that to be early next week,” said FlySafair.
The airline added that they were looking to operate flights on the Johannesburg – Cape Town, Johannesburg – Durban, Cape Town – Durban routes and were waiting from the Transport ministry to operate the Lanseria International Airport – Cape Town and Lanseria International Airport -Durban routes.
According to the Business Insider, FlySafair is also offering the option of blocking a middle seat for R750 for passengers nervous about flying in the age of Covid-19, is.
“This means that if you sit next to the aisle or window, you won’t have someone sitting next to you.”