FlySafair is South Africa’s youngest airline. Using a modern, fuel efficient fleet, the airline hopes to offer South African air travellers super affordable rates on a sustainable basis. The airline is operated by Safair Operations, a well-established South African aviation company, and has operated scheduled flights since October 2014. FlySafair has the biggest flight network in South Africa. The airline is the official carrier of South Africa’s national rugby team, the Springboks.
FlySafair is the very latest low cost airline to successfully get off the runway, despite a false start and a barrage of legal obstacles they faced during the course of 2013. Using a modern, fuel efficient fleet, the airline hopes to offer South African air travellers super affordable rates on a sustainable basis. The airline is operated by Safair Operations, a well-established South African aviation company, and has operated scheduled flights since October 2014.
They operate a fleet of Boeing 737-400s and Boeing 737-800s, super safe and reliable aircraft capable of carrying up to 185 passengers per craft.
FlySafair has just launched two new routes. From 27 November 2017, the airline will be offering flights between Durban and East London, as well as Durban and Port Elizabeth. Flights will be selling from as little as R499*. Yes that’s R499* for a one way flight from Durban to Port Elizabeth and East London. Use the booking engine above to search for and book your flights.11/05/2017
DID YOU KNOW? You can now book your FlySafair tickets at your nearest Pick n Pay Money Counter nationwide. Pick n Pay and FlightSite have partnered up to make booking flights easier. You can now book you flights at selected Pick n Pay stores nationwide. You can pay with cash, debit or credit card. You also earn Smart Shopper points when you swipe your card when booking your flight in store. Go to the Pick n Pay website to find the store nearest to you.14/06/2016
BREAKING NEWS: FlySafair will start flying between Cape Town and Lanseria as well as between George and Lanseria from the 1st of August 2016. Bookings have already opened. Flights start from R698* for a one way flight. *Subject to availability. Limited to change. Fare does not include checked baggage.21/04/2016
FlySafair has started selling a value added service that will allow passengers to board their aircraft first for a small fee. If you are flying on the Cape Town – Johannesburg route after the 31st of October, you will have the option of paying an additional R50 for a Priority Boarding pass. The number of priority boarding passes on each flight will be limited.
Checked baggage can be booked at a cost of R150 per piece of luggage when booking online.The airline charges R250 per bag at the airport. A maximum weight limit of 20kg applies per bag or piece of luggage applies on check luggage. Second and/or subsequent pieces of checked luggage will be charged at R250 each.
FlySafair passengers can check in online via the FlySafair website. Online check-in opens 24 hours prior to departure. Clients can also check in at the airport up to 50 minutes prior to departure.
FlySafair only operates economy class cabins on all their flights.
FlySafair is not an all inclusive airline. Food and drinks can be bought on board the FlySafair flight.
FlySafair does not allow pets to fly in the cabin or in the cargo hold of the plane.
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