Skywise is a South African domestic low cost airline that is headquartered in Johannesburg and is based at OR Tambo International Airport. The airline launched its first aircraft into the air from Johannesburg to Cape Town on the 5th of March 2015. The airline only operated flights between Johannesburg and Cape Town but has since November 2015 suspended its operations.
The baggage allowances are set out by Skywise are as follows:
- Passengers are allowed hand luggage that does not exceed the weight limit of 7kg. In addition a laptop bag is also allowed.
- Passengers are allowed two pieces of checked luggage, that includes sporting equipment and it may not exceed the combined weight limit of 20kg
- Passengers who are infants (under the age of 2) that are travelling for free, their luggage and your luggage remain unchanged. If the child is older the 2 years and has a paid seat, then the standard adult baggage allowances apply for the parent and the child.
The in-flight entertainment that is provided by Skywise are as follows:
- Passengers can read Skywise’s in-flight magazine that is published once a month. This magazine offers passengers with interesting articles about travel, arts and culture, fashion and more.
- Treat yourself to a snack. Other than the complimentary cup of coffee or tea that is offered by the airline with each flight, they also provide a menu that contains a variety of snacks and refreshments for the passengers to enjoy.
Skywise made use of two Boeing 737 during its operational flights from Johannesburg to Cape Town and vice versa. The fact that that range of Boeing’s was chosen was due to its affordable capital cost and above average fuel efficiency.
Due to the fact that all flights via Skywise have been suspended, there are no available flight tickets that can be purchased.