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The South African low-cost carrier Mango has announced the launching of its scheduled flights between Johannesburg and Zanzibar from late September 2013. This comes after eight months of successful charter operations in cooperation with AfricaStay.

Flights are expected to start on 21 September 2013, initially twice a week on Tuesdays and Saturdays using a Boeing B737-800.

Tickets are already on sale with the launch fares starting from R2554 for outbound flights and R2880 for the return flight from Zanzibar to Johannesburg all inclusive.

Flight JE9269 is scheduled to leave OR Tambo International Airport at 10h00 and land in Zanzibar at 14h 50. The return flight from Zanzibar to Johannesburg flt JE9270 is scheduled to leave ZNZ at 16h00 and arrive at JNB at 18h45.

Mango, or Mango airlines, is a state-owned South African low-cost airline and a subsidiary of South African Airways. The airline operates domestic scheduled budget services from its main base at OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg. JNB-ZNZ is the first international route for Mango.

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