Flysafair bags best airline in Africa award

Flysafair says it's pleased to have won Best Airline in Africa and the Indian Ocean in the 2018 TripAdvisor Travellers' Choice awards, also bagging Best Economy Class award in the same region.

The awards are based on the reviews and ratings that customers have shared on the website over the year.

CEO at Flysafair Elmar Conradie says the airline rated particularly high in the value for money category.

We are very pleased with this award because it is as voted for by the actual customers and people flying with the airline. It's their votes that have a lot of credibility.

Elmar Conradie, CEO at Flysafair

We rated particularly high in value for money, customer service and on time performance.

Elmar Conradie, CEO at Flysafair

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