OPINION: ‘Praise for local airline’

CemAir flight attendant Dale Jon Biermann.

I’M sorry to admit that I flew CemAir from Margate to Johannesburg for the first time last week and only now do I realise what I have been missing out on since the service first launched.

What a treat and now I’m sold.

Unless flight schedules or lack of seats come into play, CemAir will be my first point of call every time I fly to Johannesburg, which happens to be quite often.

Petrol, hassle and time driving to King Shaka overshadow the extra cost of a CemAir ticket by far, particularly for an individual. Best of all, CemAir flights are on time and even early as opposed to their bigger competitors whose flights are ‘delayed’ more often than not these days.

But a special accolade needs to go to their sole flight attendant on duty, Dale Jon Biermann. His efficiency put every other flight attendant I have ever come across to shame. Not only that, but he was downright entertaining as he prepped everyone for the take-off, constantly having to juggle the mic while demonstrating the seat belt buckle, oxygen mask and indicating the emergency exits.

Then he whizzed solo up and down the plane throughout the flight handing out complimentary food, drinks, sweets, chocolates.

My only complaint: The flight was too short.

Well done to CemAir. Yours is a service the South Coast can be proud of and I will certainly be singing your praises from now on.

Sincerely, Bevis Fairbrother

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