South Africa has a number of airlines flying between the two main airports and some smaller, offering classes from class-no frills low cost flights. South Africa is the main airport is operated and managed by the airports company South Africa (Acsa), including three major international airports in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban. Seven others are domestic airports in Bloemfontein, Port Elizabeth, East London, George, Kimberley, Upington and Pilanesberg. All private airport works and what doesn’t is served by all airlines are available in South Africa.
South African Airways and British Airways (operated by Comair) offers services between all major cities and for some smaller ones including Mthatha, Polokwane, Richards Bay and Maseru, business and economy. For low-cost flights, passengers can make use of it including the Kulula.com, 1time and mango Airlines. The airline offers cheap flights of the more popular routes between Johannesburg, Durban, Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Nelspruit and George. This low-cost airline offering no-frills flights, in-flight services limited and does not include free food and drinks on their flights, but offer good quality and friendly personnel to serve the needs of passengers and drinks and snacks can be purchased on board.
All domestic flights operators offering online booking service, with payment by credit card or directly to the relevant bank account with mango Airlines, British Airways and SAA offers additional convenience of purchasing tickets at the counter in the money market and the Shoprite Checkers supermarket. In addition, there are a number of independent web-based institution offering price comparison between the airlines and online booking service. These include travelstart.co.za, ifly.co.za and cheapfares.co.za. Passengers can search the site for flights is available on the date of their choice and compare the prices of the airline that offers flights on that date.
Flights on the main route leading to the main international airports are scheduled each day with a good number of flights available, while flights on routes less scheduled intermittently with fewer flights available and offered by smaller airlines. When looking for cheap flights in South Africa, tourists can also take advantage of additional services offered by low cost airlines on their website including accommodation, car rentals and vacation packages. The airline was regularly running additional early booking specials including discounts, and discounts on last minute flights can be found on their website.