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Airlink suspends Johannesburg-Polokwane flights until March

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Airlink has announced the suspension of its air services between Johannesburg and Polokwane for the month of February.

“Unfortunately a combination of factors, most notably the latest surge in COVID-19 infections and the Level 3 lockdown restrictions which are intended to curb the virus’s spread, have decimated demand on what is traditionally an important and busy business travel route.  We are temporarily suspending the service until 03 March 2021, by which time we trust the situation will have improved.  

In a statement the airline said that it will resume services in March with an enhanced schedule of daily early morning and late afternoon return flights, enabling same-day return services between the two cities,’ said Airlink Managing Director and CEO, Rodger Foster.

Customers holding tickets for flights during February may request to be rebooked for travel at a later date, or for a refund please refer to the COVID memo policy on  https://www.flyairlink.com/important-info/covid-memo

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