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Airlink expands intra-Africa network, launches new Johannesburg-Entebbe service

Southern Africa regional airline, Airlink will, as of 19 July 2021, add ar new route to its expanding intra-Africa network with the launch of its Johannesburg-Entebbe service. Flights on the route will operate four times a week, connecting with Airlink's domestic and regional network to and from various Southern African destinations.
Image via Airlink

"Entebbe, which is situated on the shores of Lake Victoria, serves Kampala, which is Uganda’s economic and trading hub, but also an important gateway to the Eastern Africa economic community and the Great Lakes region, which represents a significant market.

"Our flights, will enable and strengthen closer relations and activity between the Southern and Eastern Africa blocs and will also make it possible for tourists to explore and experience the diverse and rich array of travel experiences of both regions," explains Rodger Foster, Airlink CEO and managing director.

"With our modern fleet and strict compliance with bio-safety measures, Airlink is able to provide safe air travel and support the revival of tourism and economic activity, which are vital for creating and sustaining jobs and livelihoods in Uganda and South Africa," adds Foster.

Flight schedules as follows:

Johannesburg – Entebbe – Johannesburg:

• 4Z 190 departs Johannesburg at 9.15pm, arriving in Entebbe at 2.30am on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.

• 4Z 191 departs Entebbe at 3.30am, arriving in Johannesburg at 7am on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
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