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By J.F. Kloppers

19/06/2016 - Low-cost South African airline, FlySafair, has announced that it will have flights operating from Lanseria International Airport from the beginning of August.

This move comes in response to requests from customers who asked for this option as it will be convenient for those needing to access North Johannesburg and Pretoria.

FlySafair plans to offer flights from Lanseria to Cape Town and to George.

Vice President of Sales & Distribution at FlySafair, Kirby Gordon said: “We’ll be the only carrier offering George flights from Lanseria, which will be very exciting.”

Cape Town flights will commence on August 1 and depart and return twice daily.

George flights will depart and return on Fridays and Sundays starting August 5.

From October 30 the Cape Town schedule will increase to three flights daily.

Gordon added: “Business demand for Cape Town flights is obvious.”

FlySafair also confirmed that they are acquiring additional aircraft to cover this schedule, bringing their fleet to a total of nine Boeing 737s.

Adding that, the new Lanseria flights will not come at the expense of any other flights on their schedule.

Gordon said that the new route hopes to bring down the cost of flights in and out of Lanseria.

He explained that although there’s no significant cost difference between operating from Lanseria versus OR Tambo, “higher fares from Lanseria are largely a product of supply and demand, so we’re likely to see a drop in fares due to the fact that we’ll be making more seats available on these routes.”

Rampa Rammopo, CEO of Lanseria said: “We’re very excited to welcome FlySafair to Lanseria.”

Lanseria International Airport is a privately owned international airport, and has established itself as a key player in the aviation sector.

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