Cape Town - flyafrica.com's Namibian branch has announced exiting new expansions to their low fare service in southern Africa.
The low fare airline that's been successfully infiltrating the airline industry in sub-Saharan Africa, has announced that they would be adding two new routes to their network, namely Johannesburg to Lusaka, and Cape Town to Windhoek.
From 9 March 2015, the airline will be operating to and from Lusaka. Direct flights to the Zambian capital would operate on a regular basis, making Zambia the eighth African country to which the airline flies.
The airline's low, low fares are sure to be a big hit with travellers as one way tickets to Lusaka are promised to cost only R699 each - a whopping difference if compared to competitors who generally charge around R2 300 for a seat flying the same route.
Another new route for flyafrica.com flying directly from Cape Town to Windhoek on a daily basis, will also take off on 16 March next year. The flights are expected to cost around R899 for a one way ticket - a major difference in price if compared to other airlines who generally charge around R1 700 per one way ticket to Windhoek.
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