Airlink has introduced it is going to resume its companies between Johannesburg and Richards bay from 19 September after a break of 20 months.
The resumption of flights is because of the reopening of Richards Bay Airport, which has been closed since 2020 as a consequence of lockdown-imposed journey restrictions.
uMhlathuze Municipality introduced in September 2021 that preparations had been underway to reopen the airport. The airport was working three flights a day earlier than the pandemic.
‘We’re able to welcome Richards Bay prospects again on board our flights and assist reignite progress and financial exercise within the space,’ stated Airlink CEO and MD, Rodger Foster.
The route will as soon as once more join Richards Bay with Airlink’s community of home and regional locations.
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