Cape Town - Fly Blue Crane has announced adjustments to its flights schedules for Kimberley to Cape Town and Joburg to Nelspruit.
The airline confirmed it would be extending its seasonal holiday flights from Kimberley and Bloemfontein to Cape Town.
Fly Blue Crane Chief Commercial Officer, Theunis Potgieter the service was already on sale beyond 17 January 2016 and it was "making the flights permanent".
Its OR Tambo International Airport services to Bloemfontein and Kimberley were performing very well, while flights to Nelspruit would be discontinued on January 8 next year due to capacity constraints.
“We will reconsider the route in future as our fleet grows and when we are able to offer at least three flights a day to Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport,” he said. Passengers booked for flights after the 8th of January will receive full refunds.
Fly Blue Crane launched its inaugural flights from OR Tambo International Airport on September 1. It offers cargo services on all its flights.