Eswatini Airlink and its operating partner, Airlink – the South African-based domestic and regional airline – have cancelled flights tomorrow between Johannesburg and Sikhuphe’s King Mswati III International Airport, due to civil unrest in Eswatini.

“In the interest of the safety and security of our customers and staff, and in consultation with our partner Airlink, we have decided to temporarily suspend our operations on the route.  We will continue to assess the situation and we will restore normal services as soon as it is safe to do so,” said Eswatini Airlink General Manager, Joseph Dlamini.

Eswatini Airlink and Airlink’s ticketing agents are contacting holders of tickets for tomorrow’s flights to rebook them onto flights as soon as it resumes operations on the route.  Airlink will announce any additional changes to its service on the route.

Flights cancelled for tomorrow (June 30) are:

  • 4Z 080  Johannesburg – Sikhuphe
  • 4Z 086  Johannesburg – Sikhuphe
  • 4Z 081  Sikhuphe – Johannesburg
  • 4Z 087  Sikhuphe – Johannesburg

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