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Mango Airlines are running a happy day sale, commencing at 14h00 today (10th September 2012) until 22h00 on the 11th September (or until seats on special sell out, whichever occurs first).

Cruise news: From R8600 for 2 adults sharing an outside cabin on SI019, the 22 Feb 2013 Sinfonia cruise from Durban to Portuguese Island.

Mango Happy Day sale

Book online at Mango or phone 086 100 1234 to try take advantage of fares on offer on selected flights for travel until 31 October 2012. Very limited availability, prices may have changed.

Fly 1-way between Johannesburg and Durban from R 545

Fly 1-way between Johannesburg (O.R Tambo International) & Cape Town from R 749

Fly 1-way between Durban and Cape Town from R 749

Fly 1-way between Bloemfontein and Cape Town from R 699

Fly 1-way between Lanseria and Cape Town from R 699

Remember that all sale fares are available on a first come first served basis and discounted fares are available on selected dates that exclude weekends and peak periods. Group bookings are not eligible and standard Mango terms and conditions of carriage apply. Refunds on promotional fares must be requested in writing to guestcare@flymango.com

boarding a Mango Airlines plane in Cape Town

 

Windsor Hotel in Hermanus from R630 pp sharing per night for a sea-facing room.

 

 

 

The Purple shall rule! The people hold their silence.

                 
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The Bottom Line: "In the near term, we remain cautiously optimistic about growth in international arrivals. Our sector has shown remarkable resilience and, by all indications, we will continue to exceed international growth rates in 2012. The World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) expects global tourism gross domestic product (GDP) to grow at 2,8% this year, which is down from 3% in 2011. In terms of volume, the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) tells us that global tourist arrival growth has been a strong 5,4% during the first four months of 2012. Some flattening out is on the horizon, though, and by year-end, we expect arrivals growth worldwide to have averaged out in the 3–4% bandwidth." Minister Marthinus Van Schalkwyk at the Industry-Government Leadership meeting