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Up to forty six additional flights daily have been introduced on various city pairs:
Johannesburg Bloemfontein up to 8 sectors daily
Johannesburg Kimberley up to 6 sectors daily
Johannesburg Hoedspruit up to 4 sectors daily
Johannesburg Gaborone up to 6 sectors daily
Johannesburg Richards Bay up to 6 sectors daily
Johannesburg Walvis Bay 2 sectors daily
Cape Town Port Elizabeth up to 6 sectors daily
Cape Town Hoedspruit 2 sectors daily
Cape Town East London 2 sectors daily
Durban East London up to 4 sectors daily
Airlink’s first objective in response to SA Express’ request for assistance on 24th May was to fill the gap as far as possible to minimize disruption to customers. The consequence was that airlift capacity was emplaced at times that may not have suited the market.
For the past week Airlink has been studying and understanding demand on all the new routes with the objective of matching supply more closely with demand and ensuring that flight times are better suited to requirement. The result is a schedule that has evolved over the past days and is now more aligned with need.
In a statement Airlink said: “There will be more fine-tuning over the coming days as our knowledge improves, and with every adjustment to the schedule it is possible that some minor inconvenience may follow. Airlink apologizes for any disruption caused and assures our customers of our absolute endeavors to ensuring the best possible service delivery in the circumstances.”
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