South African low-cost airline Mango is set to introduce a new domestic service in South Africa. Effective 01 March 2020, the airline will operate two weekly return flights on Fridays and Sundays between OR Tambo International Airport (JNB) in Johannesburg and East London Airport (ELS) in East London in the country’s Eastern Cape. Mango is 100% owned by South African Airways (SAA), which is itself owned by the government of South Africa, but operates independently as a low-cost airline.
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