South African privately-owned regional carrier Airlink has announced the further suspension of its service between OR Tambo International Airport (JNB) in Johannesburg and Fascene Airport (NOS) on the island of Nosy Be, which is located off the northwest coast of Madagascar. Return flights to Madagascar's largest and busiest tourist resort will remain suspended up until 27 June 2021. According to Airlink Managing Director and CEO, Rodger Foster, the airline has sofar been unable to obtain certainty as to when Madagascar intends to reopen its borders for regional travel. Customers holding tickets will be able to rebook on a future flight at no additional cost. We'll keep you posted!