05 October 2021
Airlink to Resume Polokwane Flights
Airlink, the independent regional airline, will resume scheduled air services to and from Polokwane from the 18th October 2021.
Services were disrupted earlier this year to enable the Polokwane Airport to upgrade its emergency services to comply with civil aviation regulatory requirements.
“The Johannesburg-Polokwane route is important for business travellers and plays a crucial role in supporting Limpopo’s economy. We are looking forward to resuming our regular flights, which we will serve up to three times a day,” said Airlink CEO and Managing Director, Rodger Foster.
Flights to and from Polokwane are timed to provide travellers with convenient connections with Airlink’s domestic and regional flights through its Johannesburg hub at O.R. Tambo International Airport.
Airlink’s modern and efficient Embraer ERJ jets will be used to operate the Polokwane service.
Commencing from 18 October 2021
- 4Z 801 departs Johannesburg 06h35. Arrives Polokwane 07h30, Mon, Wed, Thu
- 4Z 802 departs Polokwane 07h55. Arrives Johannesburg 08.50, Mon, Wed, Thu
- 4Z 815 departs Johannesburg 16h35. Arrives Polokwane 17h30, Mon – Fri & Sun
- 4Z 816 departs Polokwane 18h00. Arrives Johannesburg 18.55, Mon – Fri & Sun
Additional flights commencing from 23 October 2021
- 4Z 813 departs Johannesburg 10h30. Arrives Polokwane 11h25, Sat
- 4Z 814 departs Polokwane 11h55. Arrives Johannesburg 12.50, Sat
To plan, book and manage your Airlink journey, visit https://www.flyairlink.com/en-za/flights-to-polokwane or download the new FlyAirlink smartphone app, or contact your travel agent.
COVID-19 Health and Safety onboard Airlink flights
The health and safety of our customers and employees are Airlink’s primary concern. Airlink’s aircraft are equipped with High Efficiency Particulate Air Filters (HEPA), which effectively block 99.97% of particulates, including Coronavirus molecules. These HEPA filters continually sterilize the air in our cabins, which is renewed entirely every three minutes. Read more about the cabin air quality on Airlink’s ERJ Regional Jet Cabin Air Quality here.
Biosecurity and Travel regulations
For the latest regulations, travellers should check with the appropriate government authority of the country/ies they intend to visit. Click here for information on South Africa’s COVID-19 travel and PCR test requirements.
Click here for information on the important steps and items you will need to follow before and as your proceed through any South African airport.
Airlink was established in 1992 and is an independent, privately-owned, full-service premium airline. Choice and reliability are Airlink hallmarks, with the airline serving more than 45 destinations in 13 countries throughout Southern Africa, Madagascar and St Helena Island*.
Airlink is ranked as South Africa’s most punctual airline, with its fleet of more than 50 modern jetliners achieving a 97.70% average on-time performance** for the year to date. Airlink is an International Air Transport Association (IATA) member and accredited under its safety audit program.
* Flights serving Madagascar and St Helena Island will resume when the current travel restrictions are lifted.
**measured by the Airports Company South Africa.