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Mango Airlines are running a happy day sale on the 11th July 2012 (Wednesday) from 00h01 until 23h59 (or until the limited number of seats are sold out).

Cruise news: Wicked Melody on board the MSC Opera (we don't know the shows for when they're cruising from South Africa).

Mango Happy Day Sale

The Mango sale applies for selected flights for travel until 31 August. You can only book this special online at Mango, and through the Mango call centre from 8am to 9pm (086 100 1234). Prices will change, perhaps even by the time you read this!

Happy Day Fares:

  • Johannesburg and Durban from R 575 one-way in either direction

  • Johannesburg and Cape Town from R 745 one-way in either direction

  • Bloemfontein and Cape Town from R 745 one-way in either direction

  • Durban and Cape Town from R 745 one-way in either direction

  • Lanseria and Cape Town from R 699 one-way in either direction

Terms and Conditions
- Limited seats available on selected flights on a first come, first served basis.
- No group bookings available on promotional fares.
- Refunds on promotional fares must be requested in writing to guestcare@flymango.com
- Subject to Mango's Terms and Conditions
- Excludes special rugby and other events ( Fridays and return Sunday )
- Excludes peak flights.

Mango Airlines plane parked at Lanseria Airport in Johannesburg


Tented accommodation in Paternoster from R850pp for 2 nights.




The Purple shall rule! "We flew Turkish Airlines to Istanbul in August/September 2011, from the booking stage through to the flights, we were only impressed with their friendliness and excellent service on board." Willem  

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