South African Airlines

Needing to book cheap flights within SA or further afield? Meet the top South African favourite domestic, regional and international airlines below, or compare airfares and book your cheap SAA flights using the form above; simply search, compare and save on your South African Airline flights now!


SAA, or South African Airways, is SA's flagship local and international airline. SAA flies countrywide and to over 38 international destinations worldwide, and is the only SA Airline to have obtained a 4-star rating from Skytrax. To check availability and book SAA flights online, CLICK HERE.

Mango Airlines:

Mango is another truly South African low cost airline. Offering in-flight Wifi and regular flights throughout South Africa, Mango is a great option if you need to travel frequently and on the the cheap. To check Mango Airlines availability and book flights online, simply use the above South African Airlines flight reservation tool.

Kulula Airlines:

In addition to offering cheap flights and a cheeky in-flight service experience, offers a "full-on travel" booking solution - from flight bookings and car rental to accommodation and holiday packages. To check availability and book your Kulula flights online, CLICK HERE.

1time Airlines:

With 1time Airlines, local was indeed lekker - until 2013, when the airline was liquidated and the SA airline space lost a key driver of competition in the cheap flights space. To check availability and book SA flights online, CLICK HERE.

Skywise Airlines:

Skywise Airlines looks set to take to the skies in the first quarter of 2014 All rights reserved., thanks to a deal that saw the founders of the now defunct low cost carrier One Time Airlines acquire 100% of Global Airways, a British Virgin Islands based airline company with assets worth more than R30 million. Skywise and Comair have been actively opposing FlySafair's entry into the South African industry, however the latter seems to have overcome their legal challenges and will soon be injecting even more competition into the cheap airlines space.


FlySafair's entry into the South African airlines industry got off to a rocky start in 2013, with the airline hitting legal and licensing obstacles relating to their ownership structures. According to IOL Travel, however, the requirement for 75% local ownership was met in December 2013. FlySafair had to reapply for their operating licence, which means that the airline will in all likelihood only resume flights during the first quarter of 2014 All rights reserved. Keep watching this space for more news on the FlySafair launch and their flight prices..

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