The flag carrier airline of the United Kingdom, British Airways, is set to increase the number of flights between Gatwick Airport (LGW) in London and Cape Town International Airport (CPT) in Cape Town. Effective 10 January 2021, the airline will operate two extra return flights a week to the Mother City. The new services will mean that customers can choose from 19 flights a week to Cape Town from London, with the outbound and return flights overnight to maximise time in South Africa, alongside 14 to Johannesburg, again overnight both ways, and three to Durban.
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