Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Edelweiss arrives in Cape Town

Swiss airline, Edelweiss Air, arrived on its maiden flight from Zurich to Cape Town at 20h25 on October 25 with over 150 passengers on board and departed again for Zurich at 22h25 with about 50 passengers. The airline, using an Airbus A330-200, is scheduled to fly non-stop twice a week between Cape Town and Z├╝rich on Tuesdays and Fridays.
From November 1 flights will arrive at 21h45 and depart at 23h25.“Edelweiss Air is the second airline to join the Cape Town International Airport family this year, following Zambezi Airlines, which started operating from Cape Town in June this year. Now Zambezi Airlines flies to the city three times a week. We are also looking forward to Air France launching its non-stop flight between Cape Town and Paris-Charles de Gaulle with three weekly frequencies and British Airways is set to introduce double-daily flights to Cape Town at the end of the month.
This is all positive news for the airport and Cape Town and certainly a testament to what we have to offer as a region in tourism and business,” said Deborah Francis, Acting Communications Manager.


Derived from Tourism Update

Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Air Namibia: Cancellation of Flights from 19-23.10.2011

Air Namibia confirms the cancellation of flight SW742/3 on October 19 2011, SW752 on October 19 & 22 2011, SW715 on October 20 & 23 2011 for operational reasons.

Conditions for the procedure:

* All passengers will be rerouted accordingly
* Passengers are to be rebooked at no fee
AUTHSW11M55110

Refund procedures:

* Apply for full refund on your net/published fare level via your GDS and quote the following
reference number:
AUTHSW11M55110
* Full refunds for unused tickets will be granted regardless of terms and conditions of the fare (even non-refundable tickets).
* Please note: all refunds must be processed within 7days from receipt of request for the refund by passenger.


For more information please email us at info@namibiareservations.com

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

News from SafPar

Zambezi River Festival
Set in Livingstone, on one of the most famous sections of White Water in the world from the 22nd – 29th October is THE ZAMBEZI FESTIVAL 2011.One week packed with awesome races, competitions, prizes and parties - starting offwith a sunset cruise on the famous Makumbi. The races will include downriver races, Rodeo, Raft races, and of course the traditional boat race in the bar. It’s going to be great fun and the more the merrier!

Yellow Fever
The South African Department of Health has introduced some amendments to the yellow fever vaccination policy for travellers coming from yellow fever risk countries. Travellers from countries with low risk of yellow fever transmission (such as Zambia) still pose a risk of yellow fever importation into South Africa.As of 1 October 2011, all travellers from and to Zambia (including those in transit) are required to show proof of yellow fever.

For more information email us at info@namibiareservations.com or visit our website to plan your holiday www.namibiareservations.com