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CemAir increases flights to Margate
Tuesday, 23 September 2014
From 29 September, Cemair will increase its scheduled flights to and from the South African coastal town of Margate to eight times per week. The schedule includes new return flights on Mondays and Saturdays. Operating out of O.R. Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg (South Africa), Cemair now offers return flights every day of the week, with an additional Johannesburg-Margate flight on Fridays, as well as an additional Margate-Johannesburg flight on Mondays. Cemair first launched scheduled flights to Margate Airport less than a year ago on 1 November 2013, with two return flights a week, and has steadily increased this number to match customer demand for the service. The flights offer direct access to the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast, thereby eliminating the 160-kilometre drive to King Shaka International Airport, which is located north of Durban.
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