Service between Bfn, George takes off

2015-11-18 06:00

CEMAIR, commuter and regional carrier, has announced a new direct route.

The company on Friday (13/11) expressed its delight with the commencement of its scheduled flight service between Bloemfontein’s Bram Fischer Airport and George Airport in the Western Cape.

“From 10 December, we will offer a daily return flight between the two destinations (excluding Saturdays),” said Nicolene Myburg, head of scheduled services.

“The route will be flown in a CemAir-owned Bombardier CRJ. This 50-seat jet offers unparalleled quietness and comfort in its class. The flight will be 50 minutes from gate to gate with a flying time of around 45 minutes.”

CemAir flies from Johannesburg to Bloemfontein, Margate, Sishen and Plettenberg Bay, as well as between Cape Town and Plettenberg Bay.

The company was established in 2006 and owns a fleet of 22 aircraft.

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