*Weekly flight frequencies to Johannesburg to increase to 18 from July and to Cape Town to 10 from October
Qatar Airways will be increasing the number of weekly flights on its popular routes to South Africa from July 2019.
Weekly flight frequencies to Johannesburg, South Africa’s largest metropolis will increase from 14 to 18 from July, rising to 19 in August.
A further two flights will be added to the airline’s winter schedule, taking the total number of weekly frequencies to 21 by the end of October 2019.
In addition, “passengers hoping to soak up some sun on some of South Africa’s most beautiful scenic beaches” will be able to take advantage of the addition of three extra flights on the Cape Town route, taking the total from seven to 10, from October 27.
Qatar Airways Group Chief Executive Akbar al-Baker said, “The latest additional services to both Johannesburg and Cape Town reflect the growing demand for travel to and from these popular South African destinations. As the largest city in South Africa, Johannesburg has emerged as one of our key regional destinations for both leisure and business travelers alike since its introduction in 2005. With its mix of nature, culture and wildlife, Cape Town is another hugely popular regional destination, offering a unique and memorable experience for our passengers.
“We are pleased to be increasing our frequencies to these fantastic cities, and once again confirm our commitment to providing Qatar Airways’ passengers with an even greater choice of travel options to key global destinations.”
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