Fly Airlink from Dar es Salaam
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When you see the sunbird icon on our aircraft, think Airlink. You’ll know that you’re travelling with Southern Africa’s largest (measured by flight movements) independent airline.
Airlink has more than 50 commercial jetliners operating throughout Southern Africa. In 2019 we carried 2 million customers on more than 63 000 flights, on 55 routes to 39 destinations in nine African countries and St Helena Island. Our passenger profile represents 40% leisure and 60% business.
Airlink’s on time performance is consistently better than 95% and this is a clear indication of our determination and commitment to remain synonymous with customer centricity, punctuality, service excellence and reliability. Airlink is proudly the most on time South African airline for 2020 as measured by the Airport’s Company of South Africa.
Airlink is a member of IATA – The International Air Transport Association and is IOSA (IATA Operational Safety Audit program) accredited. IATA is the trade association for airlines across the globe. IATA supports many areas of aviation activity and help formulate industry policy on critical aviation issues. IATA assists airlines to operate safely, securely, efficiently and economically under clearly defined rules. Airlink is IOSA conformant and have been since 2006.
While the Airlink fleet is smaller than most commercial airliners, they haven’t scrimped on baggage allowances.
• If you’re flying Economy Class on Airlink, then the usual 20kg baggage allowance applies.
• Business Class passengers are entitled to 30kg baggage allowance.
• Children and Infants paying at least 50% of the adult fare are entitled to the same baggage allowance as adults.
• Infants not entitled to a seat shall only be permitted 10kg and one collapsible stroller.
For carry-on luggage, your bags cannot exceed 8kg. Business Class passengers can carry two pieces of luggage onto the aircraft, and Economy Class passengers no more than one.
Maximum dimensions for one piece is 52cm x 20cm x 23cm. The size of one carry-on item can’t exceed the overall dimensions of 115cm
Check-in for domestic Airlink flights opens 90 minutes before departure and closes 30 minutes before take-off. For international or regional Airlink flights, check-in opens two hours before departure and closes 50 minutes before take-off.
Always allow yourself ample time to check in before flying. You never know what kind of hold-ups you may encounter on your way to the airport, and Airlink has a strict ‘no refunds’ policy for passengers that fail to check in on time.
Depending on your flight (domestic or regional), Airlink offers its passengers the option of Economy, or Business Class seating. Many smaller, domestic routes offer only one class cabin.
• Spacious seating
• Complimentary light meals and beverages
• In-flight magazine
• Wide, spacious seating with ample legroom
• Award-winning hot meals
• In-flight magazine
Democratic Republic of the Congo
– Nosy Be
– Walvis Bay
– Cape Town
– East London
– Nelspruit KMIA
– Port Elizabeth
– Richards Bay
– St Helena
– Eswatini (Swaziland)
– Dar es Salaam
– Victoria Falls