Airlink and South African Airways (SAA) have redefined their partnership by replacing their franchise agreement with a new commercial arrangement from 11 June 2020.
Airlink flights and schedule will continue to operate as normal regardless of South African Airways being placed in business rescue.
Airlink is pleased to announce that it will be introducing an additional midday flight operating between Johannesburg and Bloemfontein from 18 November 2019.
It has transpired that all Instrument Approaches in Namibia that are dependent on land based Navigational Aids have been withdrawn from service with immediate effect by the Namibian Civil Aviation Authority. Airlink is affected by this at two airports, Windhoek (“WDH”) and Walvis Bay (“WVB”).
Airlink regrets to advise that its scheduled services to Polokwane are being disrupted from time to time specifically when there is low cloud in the vicinity of the airport.
Airlink is pleased to announce that services between Johannesburg OR Tambo International Airport and Mthatha Airport will resume as from Tuesday 19 February 2019.
To celebrate the all jet service, a special published fare from R930 all inclusive, one way subject to W class seat availability is being offered for travel until 3 March 2019.
Airlink has introduced enhancements to its Nelspruit KMIA to Cape Town services, from 14 January 2019.
Airlink confirms that it will from 17 September 2018, in response to market demand, introduce further capacity to its Johannesburg Richards Bay services.