Showing posts with label Kruger Mpumalanga. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Kruger Mpumalanga. Show all posts

Monday, September 30, 2013

► SOUTH AFRICA: SA Express rolls out Cape Town - George, Joburg - Pietermaritzburg, Kruger/Mpumalanga from November.

SSA ExpressA Express (XZ) is set to commence three new domestic South African flights with effect from November 1: Cape Town - George, Johannesburg (ORTIA) - Kruger/Mpumalanga and Johannesburg (ORTIA) - Pietermaritzburg. With the exception of the Pietermaritzburg flights which operate onboard a Q400, both other routes are operated with a Bombardier CRJ200.

Monday, April 1, 2013

► SOUTH AFRICA: SAAF Agusta A109LUH crashes near Kruger; 5 dead.

South African Air ForceThe South African National Defence Force (SANDF) has confirmed the death of five people who died on the evening of Saturday 30 March, when their South African Air Force Agusta A109 Light Utility Helicopter crashed around 19h00L just north of Satara, Kruger National Park, Mpumalanga.

Tuesday, February 19, 2013

► ZAMBIA: SA Airlink puts ERJ135s onto Kruger/Mpumalanga - Livingstone route effective late March.

SA AirlinkSA Airlink (4Z) will enhance its Kruger Mpumalanga - Livingstone, Zambia service with the introduction of  Embraer ERJ 135 jets onto the route from 22 March 2013.

Thursday, February 7, 2013

► SOUTH AFRICA: Fly Go-Air gone bust after just one flight?

Fly Go-AirSouth African media reports state that Fly Go-Air (KEM), the South African startup which débuted in late December 2012, has since then, operated no more flights.

Friday, November 30, 2012

► SOUTH AFRICA: Fly Go-Air delays launch until 10 December, to use a Beech 1900.

Fly Go-AirSouth African start-up Fly Go-Air (KEM) has announced that it will now launch operations on Monday 10 December with its debut route still to be Johannesburg Lanseria airport to Kruger/Mpumulanga International Airport.

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

► SOUTH AFRICA: Fly Go-Air to launch Lanseria - Mpumulanga on 25 November using CRJ-100s.

Fly Go-AirAs the dust has yet to settle following the demise of South African LCC, 1Time (T6), so start-up Fly Go-Air (KEM) has announced that it will launch operations on Sunday 25 November with 6x weekly flights between Johannesburg's Lanseria airport and Kruger/Mpumulanga International Airport; its website is now "live".

Thursday, October 18, 2012

► SOUTH AFRICA: Fly Go-Air to finally start ops in November?

Fly Go-AirFly Go-Air, the off and on again, niche carrier aimed at the premium market in South Africa, has announced it will launch operations in late November from its hub at Johannesburg's Lanseria Airport to Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport with plans to start Polokwane and Pietermaritzburg in January. In the near future, the airline is also considering flights to Bloemfontein and George and from KMIA to Cape Town.