About Mango Airlines
FlyMango Airlines was conceived in October of 2006, and became known as the first true low cost airline in South Africa. Mango's first flight departed in November of 2006. Mango is a firm favourite for people wanting to fly in comfort, but at a reasonable price. Mango Airlines are a low cost airline based in Johannesburg, South Africa, and is owned by South African Airways. It operates domestic scheduled budget services. Its main base is OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg.
News & Specials
Mango Airlines is running another famous Happy Day Sale this week. The sale runs from 9am on the 1st of September to 9pm on the 2nd of September 2015. The flight period for this sale is from the 1st of September to the 31st of October 2015. With prices starting at R555 for flights between Johannesburg and Durban, this exclusive Mango special is not to be missed! Use the booking engine above to search for and book your flight today.
South Africa low-cost airline Mango was recently named one of the top three airlines in the world by flightview.com – a global airline monitoring website. Citing an on-time performance of 95.5%, the airline was applauded for its punctuality.
In line with the recent reduction in the overall cost of fuel, Mango Airlines will, with immediate effect, reduce its fares on all routes. On this subject, the airline has recently said they would like their customers to feel the effect of cheaper fuel costs through this benefit. Travellers on board the airline can expect to pay as little as R395 (one way) for flights between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth.
Mango Airlines (flymango.com) operate daily flights between OR Tambo International Airport and Lanseria Airport, both located in Johannesburg. From these two destinations, passengers can fly to Bloemfontein Airport, King Shaka Airport in Durban, and Cape Town International Airport. Flights are also available from Cape Town to Bloemfontein and Durban.
Passengers on Mango airlines domestic flights can unwind and enjoy an in-flight entertainment programme called Mango TV. As with most budget airlines, food and drink is not included in the ticket price but may be purchased during the flight through a buy on board system. Considering that most flights last less than 2 hours, passengers will find this system convenient, offering a range of options depending on the time of day and each passenger's taste.
Did You Know?
Mango's first flight took place on November 15th, 2006. A subsidiary of SAA, the budget airline is backed by the same standards of safety and customer service that SAA passengers have enjoyed for decades, while offering low prices for a number of domestic air routes within South Africa. Passengers may opt to fly Mango between Johannesburg, Cape Town, Durban and Bloemfontein.
To get in contact with someone at Mango, call 0027 (+) 86 100 1234 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mango's aircraft form a uniform fleet of five Boeing 737-800 aircraft. Each plane seats 186 passengers and the fleet is maintained by SAA's technical department to ensure high safety and reliability standards. Servicing domestic destinations only, these aircraft are the perfect choice for a budget airline which offers passengers comfort and safety on every flight.
In 2012, Mango was the first airline in South Africa to launch an in-flight WiFi service, yet had to stop advertising the service it due to erratic service levels in 2013. Since the latter half of the year, the airline has also had to deal with ongoing salary related strikes by pilots. Thanks to effective contingency plans, these labour relations issues have not materially affected the airline's services.
As a subsidiary of South African Airways, the airline has also been coming under sporadic fire for its uncompetitive pricing behaviours, which led to the demise of another low cost carrier, 1Time Airlines.
Next time you’re planning a domestic trip, visit Mango’s website (http://www.flymango.com). With great ticket prices and reliable service, you have every reason to fly Mango.