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SSouth Africa Tourism CEO, Sisa Ntshona, has welcomed the news that SA Express has been cleared by authorities and can start flying again.

The airline was temporarily grounded in May this year, but has since received all the necessary certificates to resume normal services again.

“This is good news for the tourism industry and for the business traveller,” commented Ntshona.

“SA Express provides domestic and regional air access routes which is vital for the industry.”

“We did feel the void when the airline was temporarily grounded, but I am confident that the issues have been sorted out and that the airline will strive for excellence when it resumes its flights next week,” added Ntshona.

From a regional perspective SA Express flies between Cape Town and Walvis Bay, Johannesburg and Walvis Bay, Johannesburg and Gaborone and Johannesburg and Lubumbashi.

From a domestic perspective SA Express flies between Cape Town and Bloemfontein, Johannesburg and Bloemfontein, Johannesburg and Hoedspruit, and Johannesburg and Kimberly.

SA Express passengers will be immediately able to book flights on for travel.




Altaaf Kazi at South African Tourism                               

Tel: +27 11 895-3046                                                               

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Note to editors:

South African Tourism is the national tourism agency responsible for the marketing of South Africa as a preferred tourist destination. It is headed up by Chief Executive Officer Mr Sisa Ntshona.

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