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Airlink, the privately owned independent regional airline, will fly the Titans Cricket teams to their away games in the forthcoming 2022/23 domestic season.
The Airlink sponsorship is for the men’s Momentum Multiply Titans and the Fidelity Titans ladies’s teams and covers flights to and from their games played outside Gauteng. They cover the 4-Day Series in which the Titans are defending champions, as well as the One Day Cup.
“Everyone at Airlink is excited and proud to be supporting the Titans teams in their respective summer season campaigns. It is a partnership that makes perfect sense. Like Airlink, the Titans are professional, methodical, dedicated and focussed competitors who set out to delight their fans with memorable performances,” explained Airlink CEO and Managing Director, Rodger Foster.
“Airlink has been in aviation and air travel for some time now and the experience that comes with cannot be bought. Like the Titans they have a great history and track record and I’m really looking forward to the many successes that this partnership will bring,” said Titans CEO, Dr Jacques Faul.
“What drew us to them are the places they reach domestically and throughout Southern African. It’s pleasing to know that we can get to these destinations with Airlink and it will help us especially with our endeavours of Titans international,” he added.
Over the past two years Airlink has been continually enhancing its service, extending its network, expanding its flight schedule and adding modern and efficient aircraft to its fleet.
Airlink was established in 1992 and is an independent, privately-owned, premier airline. Choice and reliability are Airlink hallmarks and it serves over 45 destinations in 14 countries
throughout Southern Africa, Madagascar* and St Helena Island.
Airlink continues to be the most on-time domestic airline, with its growing fleet of more than 60 modern jetliners achieving a 96.14% average on-time performance for the year to date**.
Airlink is an International Air Transport Association (IATA) member and accredited under its safety audit programme.
* Flights serving Madagascar will resume when the current flight restrictions are lifted.
**measured by the Airports Company South Africa.