Cape Town - Thomas Cook Airlines is planning four flights per week between Cape Town and London Gatwick over the next summer season, starting December 15, 2017 until March 23, 2018.
The weekly flights will be operated by an Airbus A330-200 available between the two airports, operating on a Monday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
The airline says, it will only operate these flights will only operate these flights from December 15, 2017 until March 23, 2018.
On Sundays, the flight will depart from London Gatwick at 18:10 and arrive in Cape Town at 08:00 the following day and return flight will depart Cape Town on Mondays at 09:00 and arrive at Gatwick at 21:00.
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On Mondays, the flight departs Gatwick at 23:00 and arrives in Cape Town at 12:50 the following day and return flight departs Cape Town on Tuesdays at 19:20 and arrives at Gatwick at 05:20 the following day.
Flight from Gatwick will depart at 09:00 on Fridays and arrives in Cape Town at 23:05. The return flight departs from Cape Town at 01:05 on Saturdays and arrives at Gatwick at 11h:50.
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