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kulula.com launches flights between Johannesburg and East London

29 Nov 2012 07:10
kulula.com has announced that it will now offer flights between O.R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg and East London. From 28 November 2012 customers can start booking seats on this route, with the first flight taking place on 1 March 2013.
kulula.com launches flights between Johannesburg and East LondonIt's a quick one and a half hour trip from O.R. Tambo on kulula.com's new 189-seater Boeing 737-800. There will be two flights daily flying in and out of East London, to and from O.R. Tambo International.

"We have introduced this route to meet the demand for flights in and out of East London, and to support the economic growth of the Eastern Cape. We are thrilled to be able to address this need by making it easier and more affordable to fly to and from East London," says Nadine Damen, marketing manager at kulula.com

kulula.com will also be increasing the frequency of flights between Johannesburg and George, and between Johannesburg and Durban to satisfy demand.
    
 
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