South Africa

Cheap Flights In South Africa

As well as the 3 main airports in South Africa, Cape Town, OR Tambo and Durban International airports; there are also a number of smaller airports scattered across the country, allowing locals and tourists alike the opportunity to fly on many cheap flights in South Africa.


South African Airways - South Africa's National Carrier

South African Airways

South African Airways is one of the world’s oldest airlines and has been around since 1934. The first international flight was made by SAA in 1945 to Bournmouth in the UK. Flying to more than 700 destinations around the world, and carrying over 7 million passengers every year! 20 flights a day between Johannesburg and Cape Town ensure that air travel in South Africa is easy and comfortable. SAA offers complimentary food and drink on all flights, and online booking.


1Time Budget Airline South Africa

1Time Budget Airline

1time Budget Airline was officially launched in January 2004. Although a relatively small fleet - 10 planes - 1Time carries some 100,000 passengers a month. Online booking is also easy at 1Time, and affiliates of the company include AVIS Car Rental and City Lodge - what more could you need for your stay in South Africa? No complimentary snacks are offered on a 1Time flight, but you can purchase snacks onboard.


Mango Budget Airline South Africa

Mango Budget Airline

Mango Budget Airlines launched at the end of October 2006. Online booking is available and occasionally Happy Hour specials are advertised via their website offering fairs for R1!! Mangos planes are... well.. Mango - bright orange and casual. Snacks are available for purchase onboard Mango Airlines.


Kulula Budget Airline South Africa

Kulula Budget Airline

Formed in 2002, Kulula's distinctive green planes formed SA's first budget airline. The ease of their online booking system means that anyone can just book flights across South Africa in seconds! Kulula offers the full array of travel related services from group bookings, car rental and hotel bookings. Food and drinks are available on board, although they are not complimentary and must be poaid for in South African Rands. Listen out for the safety breifing with a difference before your flight.