On Monday, January 28, it became known, that South African Airways (SAA) to resume flights between Johannesburg and Malawi. According to the South African government press service, the SAA is optimistic about the resumption of flights.
As the airline noted, flights between Johannesburg and Blantyre, Malawi, will be resumed on Saturday, February 2.
Previously, South African Airways (CAA) suspended flights due to the implementation of the plan that followed the check at Chileka International Airport in Blantyre. The audit concerned the condition of the airport.
Flights to Malawi ceased on January 18, when a check showed that the airport state did not meet accepted standards. Further, SAA presented a corrective action plan that was reviewed by the South African Civil Aviation Authority (SACAA). Then all the relevant measures of regulation were taken.