Airlink Will Continue Operating on Routes Abandoned by SAA
Airlink, the privately-run South African airline, will perform services linking Johannesburg with Port Elizabeth, Entebbe, Ndola and Luanda after 29 February 2020, despite the fact that its franchise partner, SAA, will prevent serving those destinations from that date.
“We want to reassure travellers that as far as Airlink is concerned, it is business as common! Our agenda and operations are unaffected by means of SAA’s brand new community cuts,” stated Rodger Foster, Airlink CEO and coping with Director.
Airlink has been working flights to Entebbe, Uganda on SAA’s behalf and will continue those services with out disruption after 29 February 2020.
presently Airlink operates flights an afternoon to Ndola, Zambia, in an effort to allow travelers booked on SAA’s own flights to be re-accommodated on Airlink after 29 February 2020 without a interruption.
Airlink recently secured site visitors rights to function daily direct flights to Luanda, Angola. it's going to begin this carrier after 29 February.
“Our flights will perform below the “SA8” flight code until 10 June 2020, and then they will be operated under Airlink’s particular “4Z” code. “4Z” tickets are already available through travel marketers, excursion operators and online at www.flyairlink.com,” delivered Mr Foster.
Tickets already issued for journey on SAA flight numbers on these routes, after 29 February 2020, will continue to be legitimate, challenge to re-accommodation via Airlink. customers holding those tickets may additionally practice to SAA for re-lodging onto Airlink’s flights. those who do no longer need to be re-accommodated, may additionally apply to SAA for money back in keeping with its enterprise Rescue refund policies.
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