Airlink confirms that it will from 30 July 2018, in response to market requests, introduce further capacity to its Johannesburg Walvis Bay services.
Airlink will introduce one of its newly acquired 74 seat Embraer 170 E-Jet to the route which will provide customers with enhanced comfort by way of 68 economy class seats with a generous seat pitch, and 6 expansive business class seats. The E-Jet cabin layout features two plus two abreast seating, with large eye-level windows allowing in lots of natural light, and ample overhead bin space to accommodate carry-on items. Every seat offers either a window or an aisle option.
Benefits for Airlink travelers include Voyager Miles, convenient seamless connections with SAA and its global partner flights.
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