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Kruger Direct: FlySafair Launches New JNB Route

Flysafair Aircraft landing
Flysafair Aircraft

Calling all adventure seekers and safari enthusiasts! FlySafair's wings are taking you closer to the heart of South Africa's wildlife paradise with the launch of their exciting new route. Starting August 2nd, you can fly directly from Johannesburg's OR Tambo International Airport (JNB) to Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport (MQP) near Nelspruit, gateway to the magnificent Kruger National Park.

This is not just another route addition; it is a strategic move by FlySafair to enhance accessibility and affordability for travellers yearning for an unforgettable safari experience. Remember that successful Cape Town to Kruger route launched earlier this year? This new Johannesburg connection follows the same successful formula, making Kruger National Park more reachable than ever before.

The twice-weekly service caters perfectly to both domestic and international tourism. Local South Africans can now easily escape the city for a quick Kruger adventure, while international visitors arriving at OR Tambo can seamlessly connect to their dream safari with minimal hassle. FlySafair effectively strengthens Johannesburg's role as a major travel hub, creating a smooth transition point for international tourists eager to explore South Africa's crown jewel of wildlife conservation.

This expansion is not just about convenience; it is about opening up South Africa's natural wonders to a wider audience. FlySafair's commitment to affordable travel makes Kruger National Park more accessible than ever. With their extensive domestic network and growing international presence, FlySafair is undoubtedly a frontrunner in making South Africa's safari dreams a reality for travellers from all corners of the globe. So, pack your bags, dust off your binoculars, and get ready for an unforgettable adventure – FlySafair has got you covered for your Kruger National Park expedition!

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