(Posted 17th October 2022)
FlySafair, one of the few survivors of the cull South African aviation has seen in the recent past, was granted route rights for Nairobi by South Africa’s ASL Council.
The airline was reportedly also granted rights to fly to Windhoek, Gaborone, Lusaka and Livingstone and Bulawayo, with one notably more exotic destination being Mahe / Seychelles.
The airline has this year added more Boeing B737-800 aircraft to their fleet, gearing up towards a route expansion.
Earlier this year did the airline also commence flights to Mauritius, a destination previously halted due to the global C19 pandemic.
It is understood that FlySafair will also require approvals from the destination countries for newly granted route rights before flights can be launched.