Airline launched between Livingstone and Johannesburg

A flight has been introduced to Livingstone by One Time Airlines targetted to tap into the tourism potential to be provided by 2010 FIFA world Cup in South Africa.

Launching the maiden flight to Livingstone yesterday, Director for Africa One Time Airlines Graham Petersen said Livingstone meets the criteria of tourism and was optimistic that the Airline would be successful as it embarks on its Livingstone route.

He said upon arrival at Livingstone International Airport that his Airline was also targetting the 2010 World Cup as people coming to South Africa would also want to travel regionally.

Mr. Petersen said the Airline was expanding its routes into Africa adding that Livingstone was the second destination after launching the Airline.

He was optimistic that One Time Airlines would greatly contribute to the growth of tourism in the region as it has introduced reduced fares between Livingstone and Johannersburg at US$50.

Mr. Petersen said reduced fares had a positive impact on tourism as it led to increased travel.

And speaking at the same launch, National Airports Corporation Director of Airport Services Prince Chitimbwe said NAC was happy that they had another player on the market with cheap rates.

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