FlySafair, one of SA's low cost airlines, offers some of the country's lowest airfares in 2020. You can use our flight search feature to take advantage of some of these fantastic current prices.
* Prices are valid at time of publishing and are subject to change without notice
Flysafair have been awarded the most puncutal airline in the world as at April 2017
Flysafair have been named best airline Africa & Indian ocean as at April 2019
With over 50 years in the industry, Safair are committed to service excellence.
|Departure Airport||Destination Airport||Airline||Price|
Johannesburg (OR Tambo)
|Johannesburg (OR Tambo)||Durban||Flysafair||R399.00|
Johannesburg (OR Tambo)
|Cape Town||Johannesburg (OR Tambo)||Flysafair||R699.00|
|George||Johannesburg (OR Tambo)||Flysafair||R599.00|
|Johannesburg (OR Tambo)||George||Flysafair||R599.00|
|Port Elizabeth||Johannesburg (OR Tambo)||Flysafair||R599.00|
|Johannesburg (OR Tambo)||East London/td>||Flysafair||R499.00|
|East London||Johannesburg (OR Tambo)||Flysafair||R499.00|
FlySafair (IATA: FA) is one of the newest low cost airlines to enter the SA travel market. The airline is committed to changing the face of flying in SA and has been providing the South African market with a welcome respite from rising flight prices that characterised the post 1time Airlines period. FlySafair launched its first flights in SA on 16 October 2014 and has been expanding its flight schedule ever since.
Here's what you should know about FlySafair, which is operated by Safair Operations (Pty) Ltd, and how it has flourished into the airline it is now, in 2018:
FlySafair has had one main aim since it launched and that is to provide air travelers with an affordable, on-time flying experience. Elmar Conradie is the CEO of FlySafair. The airline is 75% owned by South African business interests, with the remaining 25% owned by the Irish ASL Aviation Group. FlySafair employees own an effective 25.14% of the company’s shares via an Employee Share Ownership Plan (ESOP).
FlySafair currently flies between Cape Town and Johannesburg, and also flies to George and Port Elizabeth on a regular basis.
FlySafair currently offers cheap domestic flights between
You can also view the earlier FlySafair television commercial below:
The SABC also covered their launch a few months ago:
FlySafair currently operates scheduled passenger flights with a fleet of 10 Boeing aircraft, each of which can carry 165 passengers per flights. These aircraft are safe, reliable and well-maintained.
FlySafair baggage allowance is limited to 20 kg checked baggage per passenger and 7 kg hand luggage. Excess baggage fees are charged on bags weighing more than 20 kg. Bags weighing more than 32 kg will not be accepted.
Hand luggage bags must not exceed the following dimensions: 56 x 36 x 23cm
Checked-in bags must not exceed the following dimensions: 90 x 75 x 43cm
Passengers can check in for their FlySafair flight online up to 24 hours prior to departure via this link. NB: Online check-ins close 4 hours prior to departure.
On the 17 November 2017, FlySafair announced a possible merger with SA Airlink. The merger has been rejected by the Competition Commission as it is said to threaten low cost carrier competition in SA. Both airlines plan to oppose the outcome of the commission's findings. The outcome of regulatory approval for this merger is awaited within the first quarter of 2018.
To contact FlySafair directly, simply call their call centre on 087 357 0030 to book a cheap flight, or email email@example.com.
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