Cheap Airlines


Looking for the cheapest flights in SA? The below low cost airlines are a good place to start. Use the above flight comparison form to search, compare and save on your next flight in SA, or check out the below links for the latest flight specials and travel deals from SA's cheapest airlines.


Cheap Airline 1: Mango Airlines


Mango Airlines, a subsidiary of South African Airways, is one of SA's youngest low cost airlines. Known for cheeky marketing and cheap flights, the airline has become a household brand in South Africa. Find out more about Mango Flights here.


Cheap Airline 2: Kulula Airlines


Kulula means easy in Xhosa and Zulu. And that's exactly what this cheap airline seeks to deliver - an easy air travel experience that's super affordable too. Owned by British Airways Franchisee Comair, the airline's livery and marketing is infused with typical South African slang and humour. Find out more about Kulula Flights here.


Cheap Airline 3: SkyWise Airlines


SkyWise takes to the air later this year to bring South African air travellers savings of up to 25%. Brough to us by the same people who started the now bankrupt 1Time Airlines, this airline's vision appears simple: To be the preferred cheap airline in SA.


Rather than targeting the market share of other low cost carriers, SkyWise hopes to get South Africans who quit flying when prices went up post 1Time's demise to start flying again - on the cheap. Find out more about SkyWise Flights here.


Cheap Airline 4: fastjet


While fastjet suspended their immediate launch plans in South Africa during 2013, a domestic relaunch in 2014 All rights reserved.cannot be ruled out. Keep an eye on SA Airlines for more information about the fastjet launch in SA..


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