Singapore Airlines has re-added Johannesburg flights to its schedule from October 2020, the first time the airline has operated passenger services to or from Africa in over six months. The additional flights have been revealed as South Africa’s President announced the reopening of its borders for international tourists from low risk countries, starting next month.
Johannesburg will be the 31st route on the Singapore Airlines mainline network, with the airline also recently announcing a return to Surabaya and Taipei.
Usually operated 10 times weekly, Singapore Airlines will instead return to Johannesburg just once per week using 3-class long-haul Airbus A350 aircraft.
(from 7 Oct)
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