AIRLINK LAUNCHES APP FOR CONVENIENCE
(Posted 21st April 2021)
Airlink, the independent regional Southern African airline, yesterday launched its new FlyAirlink app, giving travellers a convenient platform to plan, book and manage their flights on their smartphones.
The app is compatible with IOS and Android devices and can be downloaded from the Apple App Store and Google Play Store.
“This intuitive and easy-to-use new App is designed for ease of convenience and efficiency. We want to make the entire process simple and effortless for our customers to plan their travel, book their flights, check-in and store their digital boarding pass, and monitor the status of their flights or of a flight they may have interest in.” said Airlink CEO and Managing Director, Rodger Foster.
The FlyAirlink app allows customers to:
· Search and book domestic and regional flights on the go.
· Manage their travel preferences and payment methods from anywhere.
· Check in and download digital boarding passes.
· Monitor flight status and receive real-time flight update notifications.
· Retrieve details from past trips
Airlink was established in 1992 and is an independent, privately-owned and BBBEE airline. It offers travellers a wide choice of flights across its growing network of Southern African destinations, which it serves with a fleet of more than 50 modern jetliners.
In 2019 Airlink carried more than two million customers on more than 63.000 flights and its network includes more than 30 destinations in 10 African countries including St Helena Island.
Airlink’s flight schedule is regularly updated and reflects the effects of COVID-19 and associated travel restrictions, which governments often change without much notice leave alone consultation with the airline industry.
The latest information on schedules is available on the Airlink website here.
Notably was Airlink South Africa’s most punctual airline in 2020. In March 2021, 98.03% of Airlink flights departed on-time, illustrating the airline’s focus on providing customers with a reliable service in the times of the pandemic.
Flights serving St Helena Island will resume when the current travel restrictions are lifted.
Departure punctuality measured by the Airports Company South Africa.