update (15 Jan 2014): According to aviation specialists ch-aviation.ch, Global Airways is currently in the process of obtaining its International Scheduled License (ISL). Once the ISL is issued (expected in the next two month), the airline intends to resume its 4x weekly servive from Johannesburg's O.R. Tambo International Airport to Miami's International Airport via Cape Town.
Global Airways, an international air transport company from South Africa, is planning to resume its service between Johannesburg <> Miami (Florida, USA) via Cape Town. The airline will launch a 4x weekly service to Miami in either late 2013 or early 2014. In a statement appointing FuelStream its US representatives, Global Airways stated that flights will operated using an Airbus A330. The airline claims the route operated successfully up until 2004 when "political commitments terminated the service". Well, sounds like an interesting alternative or Americans looking to holiday in South Africa.