South Africa's Air-Link Adds New Route

In Summary
  • Return flights on the route will operate twice weekly.
  • It launched it's Johannesburg-Entebbe Service.
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Air-link, the independent South African regional airline, has added another new route to it's expanding intra-Africa with the launch of it's Johannesburg-Entebbe Service.The launch of the route follows it's earlier postponement after South Africa and Uganda temporarily tightened their respective COVID19 travel restrictions.Return flights on the route will operate twice weekly and are timed to provide convenient connection to Air-link's domestic and regional network to and from various southern African destinations.During the launch at Entebbe international airport, Rodger Foster, the CEO and Managing director for Air-link stated that Air-link flights will enable closer relations, promote economic activity and make it possible for tourists to enjoy the diverse array of travel experiences on offer in South Africa and Uganda as well as Southern and Eastern Africa.

Airlink is a privately-owned, BBBEE Level 4 business and regional airline serving a comprehensive network of smaller destinations throughout Southern Africa. They operate independently under their own unique 4Z flight code offering our customers more freedom, more choices, and more travel opportunities.  

Airlink is a member of IATA - The International Air Transport Association and is IOSA (IATA Operational Safety Audit program) accredited.