SAA wows Europe tourists to Malawi with discounted fares from London

The Malawi Tourism and South African Airways have launched a campaign to wow SAA Europe discounted customers to visit Malawi. The Airline is offering discounted airfares to Lilongwe and Blantyre.

South African Airways is helping Malawi to recapture its appeal as an international destination

South African Airways is helping Malawi to recapture its appeal as an international destination

Lake Malawi destination for tourism

Lake Malawi destination for tourism

The new fares are from London to Malawi are now at £604 return saving up to £149 on the typical fare.

The discounted fares for travel between now and until 13th July 2015, from 19th August to 12th December 2015 and then from 25th December 2015 to 31st March 2016 to experience the animal kingdoms, beautiful natural attractions and unique culture of Malawi.

The year-round, competitive fares include:

£604 return flight to Malawi’s Lilongwe International Airport (LLW), saving up to £149

£624 return flight to Malawi’s Chileka International Airport (BLZ), saving up to £129

“Malawi is a wonderful destination for those seeking a variety of experiences in a relatively small geographical area,” says Ian Musyani, Tourism Officer of the Malawi High Commission.

“Highlights for travellers include Lake Malawi, exotic wildlife, superb landscapes and of course our greatest assets: the welcoming and vibrant people of Malawi.”

Serving Malawi’s capital city of Lilongwe, Kamuzu International Airport is an ideal starting point for exploring central Malawi’s Dzalanyama Forest Reserve, known for its unique bird populations, and Senga Bay, the closest point on Lake Malawi where hotels and lodges overlook beaches and a small forest reserve.

Chileka International Airport, serving Malawi’s second-largest city of Blantyre, offers travellers access to Mount Mulanje, central Africa’s highest mountain nicknamed ‘the island in the sky’, and the region’s national parks and wildlife reserves.

The national carrier for South Africa, South African Airways offers double daily flights to Johannesburg from London Heathrow’s newest Terminal 2, and onto Lilongwe International Airport five times a week.

For more information in the United Kingdom, and a full list of South African Airways Sale Fares, please visit www.flysaa.com or call 0844 375 9680. For more information about SAA, visit www.flysaa.com or call 0844 375 9680/ @SAA_UK / www.facebook.com/SouthAfricanAirwaysUnitedKingdom

 

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6 thoughts on “SAA wows Europe tourists to Malawi with discounted fares from London”

  1. Funso says:

    Looks a good price but book early to catch the limited ‘saver’ seats. Also, the flights go via Jo’burg so expect your luggage to be broken into. SAA needs to sort this problem.

    Ujeni makes good points. What can you do, for example , in Lilongwe?

  2. IamCitizen says:

    I just wanted to point out the fact that Kenya and Ethiopian airways have been offering flights with prices lower than that for quite some time now. What we really need is a Lower prices for regional flights malawi to anywhere in the region is at least 400+ usd! We need to encourage more local business/ tourism. Ujeni has raised a very valid point. Our customer service, quality and prices won’t bring about repeat business or attract tourism in the first place. We need to catch up with international standards and cater for everyone including national tourists. How many of us Malawians haven’t been to the lake, let alone a national park. We can do better! Let’s not celebrate medeocracy in any avenue of development.

  3. Black and white says:

    Kkkkk mpaka Dzalanyama forest zoona? The road to the place is in a bad shape and the forest is a mere shadow of itself

  4. Bongozo says:

    Well said Ujeni.

  5. nyasa boy says:

    At least something is sound now thanks continued that

  6. ujeni says:

    Lake Malawi alone cannot woo tourist, wake up from this dream please. Tourist who spend and spend look at alot of factors, cleanliness of the country, that is health first impression, roads, rule of law, shops to do window shopping, site seeing be it in town centre, game parks like Nyika, customer service right from the airport is it efficient and friendly. The idea that we have lake Malawi then tourist will flock to Malawi is simply out of ignorance. Tourist would prefer to go to Mozambique and enjoy the same Lake Malawi, go to Zambia, Tanzania etc because they are better in everything than Malawi.
    Start working on it now.

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