LAM – Mozambique Airlines has resumed their route connecting Mozambique and Johannesburg. Here are the details…
LAM Mozambique returns to SA skies
LAM Mozambique, the national carrier of Mozambique, has announced the resumption of its service between the country and Johannesburg, South Africa.
The resumed flights connecting Johannesburg to two Mozambique tourism cities, Vilanculos and Beira, began on 6 August 2023, reports Tourism Update.
According to the flight schedule, services to Vilanculos are scheduled for Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays and depart Johannesburg at 11:10, arriving in the city at 13:05. Return flights then depart Vilanculos at 14:15, arriving in Johannesburg at 16:10.
Services to Beira are then scheduled for Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and depart Beira at 08:30, arriving in Johannesburg at 10:10. Return flights then depart Johannesburg at 17:35 and arrive in Beira at 19:15.
Airlink to increase flights to Vilancuos
Another airline will soon be adding more links between Johannesburg with the Mozambiquan city of Vilanculous. Airlink recently announced that it would be increasing its flight services connecting Johannesburg and Vilanculos from January 2024.
Airlink, who already operates a daily service on the route, came to the decision to add another flight every Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday after receiving increased demand for direct services to this particular region.
Airlink CEO and MD, Rodger Foster, said that as they are a premier regional airline, they aim to provide travellers with desired connections.
“The market for combined bush and beach holidays is highly seasonal, and, as a result, we are transferring capacity to the Johannesburg-Vilanculos service which has shown significant traffic demand.” Foster said, as per Travel News.
“Customers who would have travelled directly from Mbombela to Vilanculos will still be able to combine their bush safaris and exotic beach experiences, using our connections through our Johannesburg-OR Tambo International hub,” Foster added.