Passengers on British Airways (operated by Comair) will be able to enjoy increased flight frequencies from mid-September.
BA will operate 34 additional flights a week on routes serviced from Johannesburg – Cape Town, Durban and Port Elizabeth – as well as between Cape Town and Durban.
The flights are now available for booking.
Shaun Pozyn, head of marketing for British Airways (operated by Comair) says: “Having more frequent flights will mean more choice for tourists and business travellers alike, giving our customers more flights to the destinations they love, under the British Airways brand. The routes on which we are increasing frequency are already very popular, and by introducing more frequency on these routes, we will give customers even more flexibility and more choice.”

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