South Africa's flag carrier, South African Airways, will increase the number of flights as well as additional capacity on popular holiday routes during the summer season.
From 03 October 2012, the airline will be offering non-stop daily flights to Mumbai in India. South African Airways will be operating an Airbus A320-200 with 36 business and 186 economy-class seats on the route.
Effective 13 Sept 2012, the airline will add three flights to its daily Johannesburg-Nairobi schedule, bringing flights to 10 a week.
Between 06 October 2012 and 13 March 2013, South Africa's flag carrier will increase the number of international flights between São Paulo in Brazil and Johannesburg from currently 10 flights per week to 11 flights per week.
Between mid-December 2012 and mid-January 2013 South African Airways will deploy a wide-body aircraft on the Johannesburg <> Mauritius route and the Johannesburg <> Cape Town route to cater for an increase in demand by holiday travellers.