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Airlink

Airlink is the largest South African private airlines, operating on the market since early 90s. The carrier offers cheap flights to Africa and to the St Helena island, and the network of connection is constantly growing. Airlines fly to 30 destinations, including Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Zambia and Madagascar. Airlink has in its offer passenger flights, cargo flights and charter flights. Thanks to the alliance with South African Airways passengers can take advantage not only of the rich offer of flights to many places in the world but also to join the loyalty program called “Voyager”. The main airport is located in Johannesburg.

AZ is the code of IATA Airlink

Airlink luggage: dimensions and weight

In Airlink, luggage has specified dimensions and weight which are included in the regulations of the carrier.

Airlink hand luggage: dimensions and weight
Each passenger of the economy class can take on board a luggage with a maximum size of 115cm and weight no more than 8kg and one additional object. Business class passengers can take maximum two hand luggage and one additional object. In Airlink a hand baggage means a handbag, jacket or umbrella. Liquids should be transported in packages of up to 100ml and placed in a transparent bag, 20x20cm size.

Airlink checked luggage: dimensions and weight
In Airlink, checked luggage depends on the class which we travel with during the flight. In most cases passengers of economy class can take a 20kg luggage, free of charge, and in the business class 30kg. Infants are entitled to 10kg checked luggage (plus pram/seat).
In Airlink, flight with animals is possible only with the permission of the carrier. During the flight animals can’t stay in the cabin.

What booking classes does the Airlink have?

In Airlink there are two bookink classes: economy and business. However on some flights passengers can travel only with economy class. Please note that Arlink tickets also includes meals on boards. The menu offer is varied and depends on the route of the flight. In economy class passengers have snacks and drinks or lunch. In business class menu includes also warm dishes.

Airlink online check-in

There are several ways to check-in in Airlink. Passengers can check-in at the airport or at self-service kiosks but the best way is online check-in. Why? Check-in at the airport means arriving at the facility at least 1,30hour (in case of national flights) or 2hours (in case international flights) and attending at the check-in desk or checking in yourself at kiosk. Online check-in in Airlink is usually available up to one hour before the flight, however it’s important to know that the carrier can reschedule this service. Passengers who use online check-in have to print the boarding pass in A4 format.

Airlink fleet

What kind of fleet does the Airlink have in its fleet? These are Embraer ERJ 135-LR, Embraer ERJ 140, Embraer ERJ 170, Embraer ERJ 190-AR, Jetstream 4100, Cessna 208B Grand Caravan EX and British Aerospace AVRO RJ85. Airlink fleet has more than 40 machines and this number is constantly growing. Depending on the type of aircraft, between 9 and 100 passengers can be boarded. In Airlink, larger capacity aircrafts have a separate space for economy and business class. Smaller aircrafts serve only economy class flights. The carrier strives to reduce carbon dioxide emissions during flights and use modern methods to protect the environment from pollution.

What services does Airlink offer?

The carrier offers cheap fly tickets for whit South Africa, so that passengers can use the Voyager’s loyalty program and earn points for flights. During the flight they can relax reading the Skyways magazine, and on some flights there is also an entertainment program available on screens located in the seats’ brackets. Airlink discounts are not cyclical, it’s worth to check social media of the carrier and information about current ticket prices and flight discounts.

Airlink headquarters – international Johannesburg Airport

International airport in Johannesburg, also known as OR Tambo International Airport is the biggest airport in Africa. This facility works from 1952. The airport is located about 22km from the city center and you can get there by bus, train, taxi or rented car. Johannesburg Airport has 6 terminals with free buses. Passengers can take advantage of the wide range of shops, restaurants, exchange offices or medical care on site.

There are also parking space. JBN is the code of Johannesburg Airport