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British Airways resumes domestic operations in SABy ATTA®
Comair announced on Wednesday, December 9 that domestic British Airways flights have resumed in South Africa.
The domestic flights will operate a full-service offering, lounge offerings, frequent flyer benefits and a business class options for travellers.
‘British Airways (operated by Comair) will serve all the domestic routes it did prior to lockdown, with the exception of Port Elizabeth-Durban which will re-start early next year. Regional routes will also be re-introduced in the new year,’ said Comair.
Glenn Orsmond, Comair CEO, says that the nearly 25-year franchise relationship and partnership has been good for both airlines. British Airways’ ongoing support is a huge vote of confidence in Comair’s future.