Airlink Adds New Africa Flight

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Airlink will be busy this summer as it increases its Johannesburg to Pemba flight schedule to two direct flights a week, starting July 1. The carrier is introducing a new Wednesday return flight in addition to its current Saturday flight. The new Johannesburg arrival and departure times will allow more connections with international and domestic flights.

Pemba is the gateway to Rani Resorts’ properties in the Quirimbas Archipelago by the northern coastline of Mozambique and the Niassa National Reserve.

Rani Resorts in Northern Mozambique includes Lugenda Wilderness Camp, which is placed in one of Africa’s last wild places. Matemo and Medjumbe Islands, which hold an assortment of beaches and private islands, are also part of the resorts’ portfolio in Northern Mozambique.

Rani Resorts also houses Indigo Bay Island Resort and Spa in Mozambique, an Indian Ocean destination in Southern Africa.  

Airlink is part of an alliance with South African Airlines and SA Express and operates over 3,500 flights per month while servicing more than 25 destinations in Southern Africa.

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