At long last an increase in flight capacity to Southern Africa!
We are delighted to see that more and more airlines are heading for the Cape again. Emirates recently started flying to Cape Town three times a week via Dubai and British Airways is in the final stages of reintroducing its popular flight connection to Cape Town commencing 01 November 2021 from London to the Cape of Good Hope. These are just a few of many established airlines, including Lufthansa, introducing regular direct flights to Cape Town.
Travelling via large hubs such as Johannesburg might offer guests an attractive airfare, but layovers can be exhausting, especially today where connecting flights might require a PCR Test or overnight. Endorsed by the Botswana tourism authority and in partnership with various well known exclusive lodge operators in the Okavango Delta, FlyOkavango now offers a direct, non-stop flight to Maun Airport. Scheduled flights on board a Boeing 767 Business Jet with set departures from either Palm Beach International Airport in Florida, Munich in Germany and in 2022 planned from Stansted Airport in the UK. 90 guests on board a Business Class Service guarantees exclusivity. Packages in 2021 start from USD 45,100.00 per person sharing including return flights & 9 night safari in Botswana, known as one of the last wildernesses on earth. First departures commence in November 2021 and the Festive Season/New Year is already booked out, be sure to contact us to avoid missing out: email@example.com
The Dutch airline KLM recently reintroduced its popular flight to Tanzania for a seamless Serengeti safari experience or Zanzibari beach holiday. Delta Airlines in the USA has reintroduced its popular flight to Johannesburg. The increase in frequency of domestic and regional flights within Southern and East Africa is bringing the Cape and exciting safari destinations closer once again. All of these are very positive signs that tourism will continue to recover in the coming months.