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JSTRN4233

Transportation - Airline

Scheduled
 
 
Connecting Southern Africa to the world.

Business or leisure, fly Airlink - the Regional Feeder Airline - linking you to more of the smaller towns, cities and regional centres in Southern Africa, than any other airline. Earn Voyager Miles and enjoy convenient connections with SAA, their Star Alliance Partners and other international carriers.

Book your flight direct on our website, contact your Travel Agent or SAA Central Reservations.

Spread your wings, fly Airlink - for frequent, affordable and reliable service
 

 
Minimum Age: None
 

Groups


Minimum Group Size: 10
Maximum Group Size: 40
 

Office Hours

Friday
  • Open - 08H00
  • Close - 17H30
Monday
  • Open - 08H00
  • Close - 17H30
Thursday
  • Open - 08H00
  • Close - 17H30
Tuesday
  • Open - 08H00
  • Close - 17H30
Wednesday
  • Open - 08H00
  • Close - 17H30

Additional Notes: After hours contact: SAA Central Reservations on +27 11 978 1111
 

Attributes

  • Connectivity Services
  • Information and Customer Service Counter
 

Supported Language(s)

  • Afrikaans
  • English
  • French
  • IsiNdebele (Ndebele)
  • IsiXhosa (Xhosa)
  • IsiZulu (Zulu)
  • Northern Sotho (Sepedi)
  • Portuguese
  • Sesotho (Southern Sotho)
  • Setswana (Tswana)
  • Sotho
  • Xhosa
  • Zulu
 

Accepted Credit Cards(s)

  • American Express
  • Diners Card
  • Master Card
  • Visa Card
 

Accessibility

  • Aged / Pensioner friendly
  • Children
  • Wheelchair friendly
 
 
Location
Building 3, Emerald Bouleverd
Greenstone Hill
Modderfontein
1609
 
Phone: 27 (0)11 451 7300
Fax: 27 (0)11 451 7367
 
28.1485335, -26.1166328
 
 
 
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Information
Contact Type:Marketing PRO
Contact Person: Jason Werdmuller von Elgg
Contact Number: 27 (0)11 451 7300
Fax Number: 27 (0)11 451 7367
Email:
jasonw@flyairlink.com
Website:
www.flyairlink.com
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