Airlink, Southern Africa’s privately owned regional airline, will launch flights between Mbombela, South Africa, and Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, beginning on Nov. 28.
The new route will complement Airlink’s existing service between Mbombela’s Kruger Mpumalanga Airport and Livingstone on the Zambian side of the world-famous waterfalls.
“The new service to Victoria Falls expands our direct connections between Southern Africa’s prime tourist attractions, i.e. the Kruger National Park and surrounds, Victoria Falls as well as Cape Town and the Garden Route,” said Airlink CEO and managing director Rodger Foster. “The new route provides travelers with a greater choice of itineraries using direct Airlink flights and without having to connect via Johannesburg.”
The Mbombela-Victoria Falls service will be available on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. Mbombela-Livingstone flights will be on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. All will be aboard Embraer regional aircraft.
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