Effective 2 July 2017, Airlink will add a second flight operating between Cape Town and Nelspruit, daily except on Saturdays.

The additional flight has been added in response to market demand and will provide travellers with increased flexibility when planning their itineraries.  The route will be operated by a 37-seat Embraer ERJ135 regional jet.

The flight will depart from Cape Town International at 15h00 and arrive in Nelspruit KMIA at 17h15 and depart from Nelspruit KMIA at 17h35 and arrive at Cape Town International at 20h00.

The flight schedule provides business and leisure travellers as well as international inbound tourists visiting the Cape and the Lowveld/ Kruger Park area with a choice of 2 daily flights.

Airlink now operates up to 13 flights a day to this region, providing access from Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town with direct regional flights departing to Livingstone and Vilanculos.

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