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Airlink Launches Johannesburg – Luanda Flights

Johannesburg, October 21, 2021 — Airlink, a privately owned Southern African regional airline, launched its Johannesburg-Luanda flight.

The route, which connects the economic centres of South Africa and Angola, is flown three times weekly by a modern 98-seat Embraer E-190 aircraft with seamless connections to Airlink’s network of South African domestic and other regional destinations.

“Our newest route is an excellent illustration of how air services will enable our two countries, with their diverse cultures, to pursue a common goal of creating economic opportunities and diversifying our economies.” The establishment of a sustainable business, with a focus on leisure tourism, is critical. Customers who need to travel or carry goods between our two nations have more options and flexibility with Airlink’s flights on this route. This increases competition while lowering our customers’ expenses of doing business,” said Rodger Foster, CEO and Managing Director of Airlink.

Airlink’s low-cost fares includes a complimentary 20kg free economy class checked luggage allowance as well as a 15kg sporting equipment allowance. Our clients are given to a complementary light lunch, refreshments, comfort with ample leg room, and the option of an aisle or window seat (our flights do not have middle seats).

Customers can also book business class on this route and enjoy Airlink’s intra-continental Business Class service, which is accessible on the cutting-edge Embraer E-jet. Six business class seats are available, each with a broad pitch and lots of legroom, and are placed in a two-plus-one abreast configuration. These flights feature complementary meals and beverages, a 30kg check-in luggage allowance, priority boarding, and lounge access at select airports.

On Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays, 4Z-044 departs Johannesburg at 09:40 and arrives in Luanda at 12:25, while 4Z-045 departs Luanda at 13:25 and arrives in Johannesburg at 18.00.

“Airlink’s contemporary fleet and rigorous adherence to bio-safety regulations allow us to provide safe air travel while also supporting the return of tourism and economic activity, which are critical for establishing and sustaining jobs and livelihoods in Uganda and South Africa,” he assured. The cabin air systems of Airlink’s aircraft are equipped with High Efficiency Particulate Air Filters. These filters remove 99.97% of all particles, including Covid-19 molecules.

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