South African Airways is reducing frequency on Johannesburg-Mumbai route from a daily flight to six flights a week as the carrier works out a new routes and fleet strategy. The new schedule will come into effect from July 1.
The airline is also exploring a wider tie up with Emirates or Etihad to operate an one stop service to Mumbai and Beijing via Gulf states, according to Centre for Pacific Aviation.
South African Airway’s India manager Sajid Khan said schedule has been revised and departure from Johannesburg on Tuesday has been withdrawn as it is lowest demand in week.
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