By Vitumbiko Mvula…….
South African Airways bounces back on Thursday at the airport’s of Chileka in Blantyre and Kamuzu International Airport (KIA ) in Lilongwe .
After three years of absenture South African 172 plane landed in the morning at Chileka airport in and this afternoon at 1:40 landed at KIA in capital city.
Speaking at KIA Minister of Tourism honourable Vera Kamtukule says the airways will expand the business of Malawians and the tourism sector. This will make the tourists to come to Malawi as it was challenging having only one airline in the country short distance was long but this will lessen the distance and it will be cheap.
Chief executive officer of the south African airways John Ramola ,has narrated the potential that Malawi has in the tourism business and the hard work of the Malawi Embassy in South Africa brings back the Airways to maintain the relationship.
Ramola has also announced that the planes will be flying within and outside Malawi as it has added other new destinations among those that already existed.
KIA Airport acting Chief commander Fredrick chisepeya has expressed gratitude increasing airlines as this shows the trust they have in them and promises to continue providing standard services.
He further added that with Malawi airlines only operating it was difficult to travel within and outside countries .This will bring competition which will bring affordable prices.
South African airways stopped due to covid 19 which led to lockdown ,the ban of flights, closure of boarders and even schools.
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