Mango is raising the number of flights on its popular Nelson Mandela Bay service by up to 150% from October.
Having launched flights between Port Elizabeth, Johannesburg and Cape Town at the end of 2012, the South Africa low-cost airline is intending to further grow connectivity with up to seven daily return flights during peak times.
To date, Mango has carried more than 300,000 travellers across the Bay with the route’s popularity making it increasingly important to the business.
The carrier’s CEO, Nico Bezuidenhout, said: “We have invested substantially in developing our business in Nelson Mandela Bay with growth over time clearly indicating the need for low-cost air lift services to the area.”
The CEO added that ……………
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