South Africa: Airlink to increase flights to Nampula (Mozambique)

 

Privately owned South African airline Airlink will increase the frequency of its service between Johannesburg and Nampula, located about 2100km north of Maputo in Mozambique.
From 03 October 2012 Airlink will add a Wednesday flight to its weekly schedule. Flights depart Johannesburg at 11:05 arriving in Nampula at 13:35 and depart Nampula at 14:10 arriving at Johannesburg at 16:45.


The additional flight will compliment the airline's current schedule which operates on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays. Airlink will operate the route with one of its 11 Embraer ERJ135 37 seat regional jets.


Airlink works closely with South African Airways to ensure seamless service for corporate and leisure travellers visiting Pemba. Benefits for Airlink travellers include Voyager Miles and convenient interline connections with South African Airways and its Star Alliance partner flights locally and globally.