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At Airlines SA we offer you cheap flights online from your favourite low-cost airlines. No standing in queues or spending hours comparing and searching for cheap fares. Fly with South Africa’s favourite airlines such as SAA, Kulula.com, Mango Airlines, SA Airlink, SA Express and FlySafair. When you search for cheap flights using the Airlines SA booking engine, we will return all the flight options available, listing the cheapest flight option first. This counts for both international and local carriers. Quick, easy and hassle-free with plenty payment options. Now that is peace of mind! Powered by Travelstart
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Mango Airlines has been operating a low-cost South African airline since their first flight on 15 Nov 2016. FlyMango joined Star Alliance and is being owned wholly by South African Airways. They have been very competitive in offering cheap flights making it hard for other low-cost airlines like 1Time, Kulula.com & Velvet Sky to dominate the market.
Mango Airlines offers high density seating, a buy-on-board menu as well as Wi-Fi services. In-flight entertainment includes Mango Juice, the FlyMango in-flight magazine as well as Mango TV. Mango travels to all the major as well as smaller airports in South Africa. Read more…
Kulula.com, known as Kulula or sometimes mispronounced as Kalula, is another great alternative if you want to fly around South Africa cheaply. Kulula flights operate on all major domestic routes.
They have been offering basic flight services since Aug 2001 as part of Comair, a franchisee of British Airways. Kulula Airlines offer an entertaining and humourous experience throughout and is well-known for their unconventional approach to traveling by air.
Fly SAA is South African’s national air carrier and the biggest airline in South Africa. SAA is a member of Star Alliance and has links with other local airlines like Mango Airlines, SA Express and SA Airlink.
South African Airways currently flies domestically in South Africa as well as to 37 international destinations world wide.
SAA offers both business and economy class services making it a top choice for business travelers and tourists alike.
You can also earn valuable air miles with this airline’s reward programme called Voyager. Read more…
This low-cost airline is another state-owned airline and has been flying passengers since Apr 1994.
Mostly used for business travel, SA Express flies to all South African airports as well as various African destinations including Namibia, Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
International Cheap Flights & Airlines
Flying overseas doesn’t mean you have to break the bank. International carriers like British Airways, Emirates, Qantas, Qatar Airlines and Turkish Airlines have become very competitive with their pricing strategies. By doing so they hope to acquire more customers and to secure repeat business.
Thanks to Airlines SA you can now compare and book your flight tickets to top international tourism destinations in an easy to use and safe online environment. Airlines SA always returns the cheapest flight option first. Save on your flying cost by booking the cheapest flight and rather spend those extras on making precious memories.
Read more about some of the international major carriers available on Airlines SA:
The national carrier of the United Kingdom. They service more than 160 destinations and services all 6 of the populated continents. Their top destination countries include United Kingdom, United States, Spain, France and Italy. Read more…
The flagship airline of France uses a mixed fleet of Airbus and Boeing jets and is situated on the grounds of Charles de Gaulle Airport. They currently fly to 36 domestic and 168 international destinations. Read more…
Turkish Airlines service more than 280 destinations which makes this Turkey based carrier the operator that services the most countries in the world. Turkish Airlines were awarded Best European Airline for 3 years in a row – 2011, 2012 and 2013. Fly Turkish Airlines and visit top holiday destinations such as Hong Kong, Cyprus, Egypt, Denmark and Madagascar. Read more…
This Australian carrier is the biggest airline based on fleet size, flights and destinations and is the third oldest in the world. Qantas is based in Sydney and owns 65% of the Australian market. Their top international destinations include London (UK), New York (US), Paris (France), Bali (Indonesia) and Vancouver (Canada). Read more…
A British airline situated in Crawley, England. Virgin Airlines are recognised by their very distinct red and white colours of the Virgin Corporation. Top destinations include East Coast of the US, Caribbean, Mexico, Africa and the Middle East. Read more…
Qatar Airlines is the official airline of the State of Qatar and links to over 150 international countries. Qatar Airways were named best economy class in the world for 2009 and 2010. Top overseas dream destinations include London (UK), Bangkok (Thailand), Dubai (UAE), Cairo (Egypt) and Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia). Read more…
Emirates Airlines is based in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and boasts the longest non-stop commercial flight from Dubai to Auckland, New Zealand. With Emirates you have over 150 destinations to choose from. Book your flight on Emirates Airlines today if you wish to visit any of the following top travel destinations: Sydney, Rio de Janeiro, New York, Madrid, Amsterdam or the Maldives. Read more…
Etihad is the second largest airline and flag carrier for the United Arab Emirates. They fly to over 120 destinations worldwide. This carrier is based in Abu Dhabi and has received numerous awards since their launch in 2003 including World’s Leading Airline in 2009 and Best First Class in 2013. Etihad will transport you to some of the best places in the world including Dublin, Paris, Frankfurt and Manila. Read more…
Fly in style and discover the charms of the East with Singapore Airlines! Fly to Bangkok, Manila, Hanoi, Brisbane, Milan or even Kathmandu. They will fly you in style to more than 65 destinations around the world. Read more…