Emirates has announced that it will be expanding its operations in and out of South Africa, boosting its schedule to 28 weekly flights by October.
In a move to support the ramp up of operations after boosting its passenger services to South Africa, Emirates has signed an interline agreement with Cemair.
A new deal is designed to give travellers to and from South Africa convenient access to more than 40 domestic and regional destinations across 12 African countries.
The planned opening of the property will mark the introduction of the select service and extended stay brand, Hyatt House, to the continent.
The property has used the last year to ensure that the much-loved Saxon hospitality can be enjoyed in even more beautiful surroundings - with an extensive refurbishment now complete.
People who have been in or transited through South Africa in the last ten days are no longer allowed into the UK. The new rule does not apply to British and Irish nationals.
Situated at the foot of the iconic Table Mountain, the 137-room Hyatt Regency Cape Town represents the company’s growing brand presence across Africa.
Anne Scott will oversee the resort operation and strategy, continuing to elevate the captivating guest experience and warm authentic service for which the resort is renowned.
The new look, which features a distinctively colourful African Sunbird set against a sunrise and dawn sky, follows several recent developments, including the formal re-naming of the company.
Cyril Ramaphosa, president of South Africa, has announced the destination will open its international borders to all countries, effective immediately.
The duo plan to offer single-ticket travel through Emirates’ gateways in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban to domestic points such as Port Elizabeth, East London and George.
The new addition further strengthens the Radisson presence in one of its key African markets and brings the South African portfolio to 16 hotels in operation and under development.