DURBAN - British Airways’ £4.5 billion (R69,6 billion) investment plan is delivering dividends for its African customers.
The airline increasing routes and capacity on the continent and introducing new onboard products and services.
Most recently it started three flights a week from London Heathrow directly to Durban, South Africa’s largest port city, using one of its newest aircraft, the Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner.
British Airways has also increased the number of flights that travel to Cape Town and Johannesburg.
"With 38 flights a week, this is the most choice and capacity we’ve ever offered between South Africa and the UK," says Sue Petrie, British Airways’ trade commercial manager for Southern Africa.