Airlink’s direct services between Cape Town and Victoria Falls as well as Johannesburg and Walvis Bay now offer an intra-continental (as in intra Europe) style business class service.
International premium travelers arriving in Cape Town and travelling onwards to Victoria Falls, on Airlink, will now be able to enjoy the additional benefits afforded by continuing their journey in a premium cabin. This is especially relevant in regard to additional baggage allowance as well as lounge access in Cape Town. In the same way Airlink’s Johannesburg to Walvis Bay Business Class cabin will be of benefit to business and leisure travelers alike.
Airlink’s direct flights originating from Cape Town to key tourism destinations such as Victoria Falls, Maun and Windhoek, allow travelers to spend more time at their destination and less time in transiting via en-route airports. Travelers are able to enjoy a leisurely breakfast at their Cape Town hotel, before commencing their journey and it is no longer necessary for to commence their journey before sunrise.
Airlink looks forward to continuing to set a new standard for leisure travelers and international tourists using its business class service on these routes.
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