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The pandemic and lockdown put a severe strain on airports and airlines across the world. Cape Town International Airport has been slowly seeing an increase in flights as airlines restart and passengers feel more comfortable making trips.
he airport has doubled the number of flights from 364 a week in September to 770 a week, according to Cape Town mayoral committee member for economic opportunities and asset management, James Vos.
‘I am very pleased that they are now welcoming 110 flights per day while adhering to strict COVID-19 protocols,’ he said in a statement.
‘Connecting Cape Town to more cities and countries creates more jobs through tourism and also provides trade opportunities to export more proudly Cape Town products to the rest of the world.’