Skukuza airport closed, flights suspended until 28 january 2021Date: 14 Jan 2021
Airlink regrets to announce the suspension of its air services to and from Skukuza Airport in the Kruger National Park.
This follows a local outbreak of COVID-19 in the Lower Sabie camp and nearby area.
“In order to protect our customers, crews and personnel from exposure to the virus, we have decided to halt all operations at the Skukuza Airport until the 28th January 2021. We apologise to ticketholders for any inconvenience this might cause,” said Airlink Managing Director and CEO, Rodger Foster.
Daily flights affected by the suspension of services are:
4Z 865 Johannesburg – Skukuza
4Z 866 Skukuza - Johannesburg
Airlink continues to operate flights to Hoedspruit and Nelspruit KMI Airport, the two closest alternates for travellers planning to visit the Kruger National Park or other resorts and camps in the surrounding area.
Airlink is a privately-owned regional airline serving a comprehensive network of smaller destinations throughout Southern Africa. We operate independently under our own unique 4Z flight code, offering our customers more freedom, more choices and more travel opportunities.
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Airlink is proudly the most punctual South African airline for 2020* with an on-time performance consistently better than 95%. This illustrates our determination and unwavering commitment to put our customers first by providing excellent and reliable service.
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