An air route linking Johannesburg, South Africa, with Maputo, Mozambique, has been launched by British Airways (operated by Comair). The 65 minute flight will operate daily five days a week and twice daily on Tuesdays and Saturdays.
“We are excited to commence with this new route to Maputo as it allows us to grow our footprint in Africa,” says Shaun Pozyn, Marketing Manager for British Airways.
“In addition to the large volumes of business travelers we anticipate will make use of our new service, Mozambique is fast becoming known as a world-class tourist destination. The country has a warm climate, 2 700km of tropical and sub-tropical coastline, world-class conservation areas, exotic cities, and a rich Arabic, African, and Portuguese heritage.”
British Airway, operated by Comair, is a full service airline with more than 400 flights per week in Southern Africa.
In addition to Maputo and Johannesburg, the airline flies to Cape Town, Durban, and Port Elizabeth in South Africa as well as Harare and Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe; Livingstone, Zambia; Mauritius; and Windhoek, Namibia.
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