With travel somewhat picking up and President Cyril Ramaphosa moving the country into adjusted alert level 3, South African airlines are capitalising on air travel demand by offering new routes.
Low-cost carrier FlySafair is one of the latest airlines to launch a new route. The airline will offer flights between Bloemfontein and Cape Town from July 30, 2021.
The route will fly twice a week, on Fridays and Sundays.
Flight FA840 departs Cape Town at 7 am and arrives in Bloemfontein at 8.35 am, while flight FA 841 departs at 9 am and lands at 10.50 am in Cape Town on Fridays.
On Sundays, flight FA842 leaves Cape Town at 11.15 am and lands at 12.50 pm. Flight FA843 leaves Bloemfontein at 1.30 pm and arrives at 3.05 pm
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