SA Express has announced its return to service to two of its critical routes to Walvis Bay in Namibia as well as Hoedspruit in Mpumalanga. Both routes will be operating from Johannesburg.
Effective 11 October, the airline will resume the Johannesburg – Hoedspruit flights, while the Johannesburg to Walvis Bay flights already resumed on 24 September.
According to a report published by Business Report Online, SA Express Interim chief executive, Siza Mzimela, said that the organisation is determined to re-establish its best performing routes as rapidly as possible in order to close the gap that the airline’s brief absence left on the business traveller market.
“SA Express primary objective is to connect secondary destinations to main airport hubs and connect people to businesses and people to their loved ones and we’re determined not to make our passengers wait any longer than necessary,” Mzimela was quoted as saying.