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Comair launches Lanseria flights to Maputo, Gaborone

posted Mar 3, 2011, 11:56 PM by Rowan Hewitt

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COMAIR Limited is expanding its African route network, and effective Tuesday,  May 3 will commence flights from Lanseria airport to Maputo in Mozambique and Gaborone in Botswana.
The new routes will be operated under the British Airways livery with the flight schedule including daily return flights from Monday to Friday to both destinations with double daily flights on specific days of the week.

“This will add huge value to our customers traveling on these new routes by allowing them to complete a full day’s work in the countries and return on the same day without having to incur accommodation expenses”, says Stuart Cochrane, Executive Manager for Network Development and Alliances at Comair.
Comair will initially be offering eight return flights per week between Lanseria and Maputo and seven return flights per week to and from Gaborone with the service to Gaborone growing to ten return flights before the end of the second quarter of 2011. 
Bookings for the new Maputo and Gaborone routes will go on sale from the 10 March.