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It all happens on Mondays. Excellent news for PE fans is that Kulula is once again flying there. And scroll down to see the Mango sale.

Cruise news: The discount on OP004, the 26 November MSC Opera cruise to Inhambane, has reduced to 10%.

Kulula PE is back

Kulula are once again offering flights to Port Elizabeth:

  • flights between Joburg & PE, from R1030* 1-way

  • flights between PE & Durban from R1041* 1-way

  • flights between Cape Town & PE from R927* 1-way

*All Kulula special prices may have changed (perhaps even by the time you receive this).

Kulula plane parked at Lanseria Airport, Johannesburg

Mango Happy Days

For 36 hours Mango Airlines are on sale for travel on a limited number of seats on selected flights until 31 October 2012.  The sale begins at 10h00 on the 18th Sept and ends at 22h00 on the 19th Sep 2012 (or when seats sell out, whichever occurs first). Check whether prices are still availabile at Mango, or by visiting any Shoprite or Checkers Money Market Counter or by phoning 086 100 1234.

Fly between Johannesburg and Durban 1-way from R 545

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

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

Fly between Lanseria and Cape Town 1-way 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


Join our World T20 pool (cricket) on @SuperBru - Pool code: tenschop 

Air Namibia has announced schedule changes on a number of its routes.

Remember that access to Facebook & Twitter is free on board Mango Airlines flights, until 30 September 2012.


The Purple shall rule! “It is our sincere aim to use this visit to continue to forge partnership and bilateral relations between Nigeria and South Africa to boost and grow our tourism sectors even further, to provide employment opportunities for our people, as well as to contribute a significant percentage to the economies of both our dear nations,” said Chief Edem Duke Minister of Tourism, Culture and National Orientation of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, at the launch of Tourism Month 2012

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The Bottom Line: "Comair's affiliated businesses in flight training, travel distribution and airport lounges continued to perform well, in line with the previous year, and made a meaningful contribution to profits. During the year, a fourth flight simulator, for the training of ATR turboprop pilots, was placed in a leased bay in the Comair flight training building by ATR Industries, thereby further broadening the offering of this world class facility." Comair's Group Results to 30 June 2012