Lufthansa resumes South African service
Lufthansa has become the international airline to resume its commercial service from Europe to South Africa.
October 01, 2020: Lufthansa has become the international airline to resume its commercial service from Frankfurt to South Africa.
Andre Schulz, general manager Southern Africa & East Africa, Lufthansa Group, announced in his LinkedIn post, “We are delighted to be at the forefront of the resumption of commercial travel into South Africa and proud to reconnect South Africa to Germany with the first international long haul flight to land in South Africa on the day the travel ban is lifted. South Africa remains an attractive destination for both German business travellers and holidaymakers and as Germany moves into Winter, we look forward to bringing visitors back to South Africa and helping to boost the very important tourism sector again.”
From September 19, Eurowings, is a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Lufthansa Group has re-established scheduled flights between Frankfurt and Windhoek, Namibia.