Getting to South Africa has never been easier. There are currently four low cost airlines that offer cheap flights to South Africa including Kulula.com, 1Time Airlines, Mango Airlines and Velvet Airlines. There are two other airlines that offer regular scheduled flights across the country in the business, commercial and first class sectors.
Low cost airlines fly to South Africa for specific destinations with the aim of making air travel affordable for each. These no-frills flights offer basic services without additional extras such as meals and free drinks on the fly, other than Velvet Sky Aviation offering complimentary drinks. Airlines, however; buy travel meals for passengers traveling on their planes, and with an average flight time of two hours, lack of meals is a small feature for most travelers.
The destination to which these airlines fly is limited to mass travel demand, and therefore not all airlines include smaller destinations such as Kimberley Airport or Upington Airport. These airports are only served by the South African National Airline and its subsidiaries SAA Express.
Smaller destinations such as George Airport, the starting point for many Garden Route visitors, Bloemfontein Airport in the Free State Province and East London in the Eastern Cape are served only by one or two budget airlines alongside South African Airlines.
Due to its proximity to the business center, the smaller Lansria Airport has become a popular alternative destination for Johannesburg and is served by Kulula.com and Mango Airlines for cheap flight options as well as South African Airlines.
All four low-cost airlines offer regular flights to Cape Town International Airport, Durban International Airport, and Zambia's or Tambo's International Airport. Cape Town and Durban are served by Kulula.com, 1-hour airlines and Mango Airlines. These flights are scheduled seven hours a week, but are not routinely or routinely available, such as Cape Town to Johannesburg, with daily scheduled flights from all airlines with a number of flights per day.
For travelers flying between Johannesburg and Durban, Velvet Sky Airlines, Kulula.com, 1Time and Mango Airlines offer scheduled scheduled flights between King Shaka Durban International Airport and OR Tambo International Airport. Kulula.com also offers cheap flights between Lansria Johannesburg Airport and King Shaka Durban International Airport.
All four low-cost airlines offering cheap flights to South Africa book online through their own websites with easy navigation engines and user-friendly search engines. The airlines also offer a number of payment methods for travelers, such as e-bucks and electronic transfer payments, as well as FNB mobile banking from Kulula.com and payments in money market counter at Shoprite and Checkers Mango supermarkets. Airilines offer so they can use this. Travelers without Internet access.