SA Airlink is an airline company based in Johannesburg, South Africa. It is privately owned and has developed into South Africa’s first feeder network aimed at linking the smaller owns, regional centers and hubs throughout South Africa. It has code-sharing and schedule co-ordination agreements with South African Airways and South African Express.

The Airline was originally formed in 1995 and has a 40% share in Swaziland Airlink. In 1997 the airline joined South African Airways and South African Express in a franchise agreement to govern it’s alliances.

SA Airlink predominantly flies from the following destinations:

  • Kasane – Kasane Airport
  • Maun – Maun Airport
  • Bloemfontein – Bloemfontein Airport
  • Cape Town – Cape Town International Airport
  • East London – East London Airport
  • George – George Airport
  • Johannesburg – O.R Tambo International Airport
  • Kimberly – Kimberly Airport
  • Nelspruit – Kruger Mpumalanga International Airport
  • Pietermaritzburg – Pietermaritzburg Airport
  • Phalaborwa – Hnedrik Van Eck Airport
  • Polokwane – Polokwane International Airport
  • Port Elizabeth – Port Elizabeth Airport
  • Sishen – Sishen Airport
  • Mthatha – Mthatha Airport
  • Upington – Upington Airport
  • Maseru – Moshoeshoe International Airport
  • Antananarivo – Ivato Airport
  • Beira – Beira Airport
  • Maputo – Maputo International Airport
  • Pemba – Pemba Airport
  • Nampula – Nampula Airport
  • Tete – Chingozi Airport
  • Vilanculos – Vilankulo Airport
  • Manzini – Matsapha Airport
  • Livingstone – Livingstone Airport
  • Lusaka – Lusaka International Airport
  • Ndola – Ndola Airport
  • Bulawayo – Joshua Mqabuko International Airport
  • Harare – Harare International Airport
  • Windhoek – Hosea Kutako Internation Airport

SA Airlink has about 32 Aircrafts in service, consisting mainly of the Avro RJ85 , Embraer ERJ 135LR and BAe Jetstream 41.