St Helena Government and Airlink are pleased to advise that the sale of tickets for the scheduled air service to St Helena will go live at 8am GMT on Friday, 22 September 2017.

 Airlink will operate a weekly service between St Helena and Johannesburg and St Helena and Cape Town (via the stopover at Windhoek International Airport in Namibia). 

 Flights will commence on Saturday, 14 October 2017.

 Tickets will be available online via the Airlink website at and through all normal IATA global distribution systems.  Passengers are advised to contact their IATA travel agent.

 For those passengers that are resident on St Helena, ticket bookings can also be made via Solomon & Company (St Helena) Plc’s ‘Shipping & Travel Agency’ at the Malabar in Jamestown.  Passengers can visit the ‘Shipping & Travel Agency’ in person or can contact or telephone: 22523.

 Passengers should note that Airport and Government Infrastructure taxes may not initially be featured on all computerised reservations systems. This means that for a short period only it might not be possible for passengers to distinguish fares and taxes separately on their tickets; instead, passengers will see an overall cost.

 Over the coming days, all computerised reservation system components of the Global Distribution System will feature these relevant taxes which will be included in ticket sale transactions accordingly.

Further information is available in the below Q&A document.

Tickets for St Helena Air Service to go on sale tomorrow – Q and A- 21 September 2017

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