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Delta returns to Cape Town after 10 year break

Posted 24 June 2020 · Add Comment

US carrier Delta is to restart flights to Cape Town with an extension to its route from Atlanta to Johannesburg.

The SkyTeam alliance member will be operating a daily service from 24 October. Delta withdrew from the route ten years ago.

Tickets for the domestic sector in South Africa will not be available.

 

Delta will be operating an A350 on the route to Johannesburg and Cape Town (Pic: Delta)

 

 

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