Lufthansa Airlines will start to offer direct flights between Munich and Johannesburg from June next year.
Air Algérie landed in South Africa last week with their inaugural flight between Algiers and Johannesburg. Watch…
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Saudia, Saudi Arabia’s flag carrier, has officially announced a start date for its Jeddah to Johannesburg route. Here are the details…
FlySafair recently announced that it will be relaunching a popular local route, connecting Cape Town and George once more.
A Dutch airline operator has announced that it will start to offer adult-only cabins on a select number of its flights.
Low-cost airline, Fastjet, is set to add additional flights on the Bulawayo Johannesburg route. Here are the details…
Australian flag carrier Qantas Airways is set to roll out their Airbus A380s on a few routes, incuding to Johannesburg, South Africa.
Local domestic and regional airline, FlyCemAir is set to launch more flights along their Johannesburg to Botswana route soon.
LAM – Mozambique Airlines has resumed their route connecting Mozambique and Johannesburg. Here are the details…
Air Algerie will soon be starting up scheduled flights to Johannesburg International Airport from September.
Wonderboom Airport in Pretoria has once again been given the green light to handle scheduled commercial flights.
A Lufthansa pilot ‘accidentally’ drew a penis-shaped flight path in the sky after not being permitted to land.
United Airlines has become the very first U.S airline to bring braille to its aircraft. Here are the details…
Local airline, FlySafair, has just added four new regional routes that will all take off in October this year.
FlySafair is expanding its regional route network with the launch of low-cost flights to several more destinations outside of SA.
Cathay Pacific Airways has resumed scheduled flights to South Africa after taking a three-year hiatus on the route.
Emirates has introduced a new feature where passengers flying with them can pre-order their inflight meals easily and efficiently.
FlyNamibia has joined South African-based airline, Airlink, in a bid to promote its flights and services worldwide. Here’s the story…
Crying babies and fussy toddlers can now be a thing of the past, as some airlines introduce “Child-free Zones” on flights.