Sunday, June 16, 2024

Mozambique: Flysafair to Fly to Maputo


London — The low-cost airline FlySafair has introduced that it’ll open a brand new route between O.R Tambo Worldwide Airport in Johannesburg and Maputo.

The flights will start on 5 October and function 4 instances per week with tickets from 1,400 rand (about 75 US {dollars} at present change charges) for the Johannesburg to Maputo leg, with the return flights beginning at 2,000 rand.

The corporate can be launching companies between Johannesburg and Harare, Livingstone, and Victoria Falls.

In response to Kirby Gordon, Chief Advertising Officer at FlySafair, “plans for these routes have been within the pipeline for a number of months now. We’re so happy to lastly have the ability to announce the addition of those routes and extra importantly start operations simply in time for the festive season’.

He added, “We’re completely happy to supply clients our low fares and on-time companies on these further routes. Tourism in Africa is certainly on the street to restoration. We hope to assist play our half in rising the tourism trade each at house and overseas by connecting folks via our ardour for aviation’.

The airline operates a fleet of 54 Boeing 737s, comprising 43 737-800s, eight 737-400s, two 737-400Fs and one 737-800F.

The introduction of the brand new route will present competitors for Mozambique Airways (LAM) which gives flights between Johannesburg and Maputo beginning at 2,366 rand. The opposite operator on the identical route, Airlink, has ticket costs which can be barely dearer than LAM.

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