British Airways, operated by Comair, has restarted its domestic services as of today. It will serve the same domestic routes it did prior to lockdown, except for the Port Elizabeth to Durban route which is scheduled to restart in early 2021.

“We’re the only full-service airline operating wide-bodied aircraft and are able to offer a choice of economy (Traveller) and business class (Club), free checked baggage, meals and beverages, more comfortable seating and more legroom.”

Glenn Orsmond, Comair CEO, says that the franchise relationship and partnership has benefited both airlines, and he believes its continuation proves the confidence that British Airways has in Comair’s future.

He adds, “We’re the only full-service airline operating wide-bodied aircraft and are able to offer a choice of economy (Traveller) and business class (Club), free checked baggage, meals and beverages, more comfortable seating and more legroom.

“In addition to experiencing excellent onboard service, our customers are also able to join the Executive Club and earn Avios, which can be redeemed on all oneworld alliance partners. Gold and Silver Executive Club members and customers flying in Club also have access to the SLOW lounges and the Special Services teams at the airports.”

The award-wining SLOW lounges have re-opened in the domestic terminals at OR Tambo, Cape Town International and King Shaka International. As the airline’s schedule expands, other lounges will re-open.

Thorough COVID-19 measures have been implemented in all SLOW lounges and on all flights, which you can learn about here.

To book your next flight, get in touch with them British Airways’ contact centre on +27 11 921 0222 or on ba.com.

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