Travelers keen to combine the cities and safaris of South Africa with the iconic Victoria Falls will be able to do that with ease and comfort once again come mid-May. Comair recently released the following statement announcing the resumption of flights:
We are delighted to announce that our premium airline brand, British Airways (operated by Comair) has opened bookings for regional flights between Johannesburg and Victoria Falls for travel starting 13 May 2021.
As part of the airline’s ramp up, we will operate two flights between Johannesburg and Victoria Falls for the duration of May, which will be on a Thursday and Sunday. Thereafter from 1 June 2021, customers can expect to have daily flights to and from the popular tourist destination.
When travelling with British Airways (operated by Comair) regionally, customers have a choice of Club (Business Class) and Traveller (Economy Class). Both Traveller and Club offer passengers British Airways’ full-service hospitality, which includes a selection of complimentary meals and beverages*. Customers have a more spacious cabin and get to take two free 23kg bags onboard as baggage allowance. The Club offering includes added benefits, such as access to the SLOW lounge, priority boarding, pre-flight welcome drinks and additional legroom.