Etihad Airways recently announced three new quarantine-free destinations for the coming winter season. This November, the airline will begin flying to Johannesburg and Cape Town in South Africa, and the beautiful Indian Ocean island of Zanzibar. The new additions to Etihad’s network mean the UAE’s national carrier will be operating to 70 destinations across 47 countries.
Etihad Airways during the month of September plans to operate Boeing B787-9 Dreamliner aircraft to South Africa, replacing Airbus A330-200.
Turkish Airlines and Pakistan International Airlines strengthened their codeshare cooperation and from February 01, new routes have enabled both airlines to enter additional global markets for the first time.
A codeshare partnership offering Qatar-based travellers enhanced access to three key destinations in Botswana has been realised between the flag carriers of the two countries.
From February 2017, Emirates will use an Airbus A380-800 for one of its four daily departures on its busiest route in the African network between Dubai and Johannesburg. The airline, which currently deploys Boeing 777 aircraft on the itinerary,
Etihad Airways will fly its Boeing 787s to five more destinations this year. With a phased delivery of five
Qatar Airways commenced operations to Durban, its third destination in South Africa after Cape Town and Johannesburg.
Durban has become Turkish Airlines' 46th destination in Africa. The South African city is being served four times a week from
Four Seasons Hotel The Westcliff, Johannesburg has launched thisisjoburg.com, a visual interactive guide that unlocks a wealth