The airline launched flights to Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe, Windhoek in Namibia, as well as a flight to Gqeberha from OR Tambo International Airport.
SAA commenced flights to Windhoek on 8 December, with two flights scheduled per day for seven days a week.
The airliner’s flights to Victoria Falls started on Wednesday and flights will be available six days a week, excluding Saturdays.
Flights will leave Johannesburg at 10:15, with the estimated arrival at Victoria Falls International Airport being at 12:25.
Return flights will leave Victoria Falls at 13:10 each afternoon arriving in Johannesburg at 14:50.
SAA has also increased frequencies to Harare in order to accommodate customers ahead of the festive season, from seven to 10 flights a week.
SAA’s Chairperson and Chief Executive Officer, Professor John Lamola said:
In pursuit of this drive to please our customers, we are relentlessly working on expanding the network of destinations we serve, to enhance seamless travel connectivity.
Our new routes along with increased frequencies to our regional destinations represent the second phase of our post-Covid restart operations.
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