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What we love about flying with 1time is their ample leg-room, so we were delighted to hear that they're now offering a premium seating option "for those who just love to lounge".

Cruise news: Our main challenge is to get people to cruise once, as most people can't wait to hop on a ship again, once they've been.

1time Premium Seating

On each flight there's a limited number of pre-booked premium seats available per flight. As a lover of legroom, I can't wait for my next 1time flight to "testfly" it (they're emergency exit seats).

1Time Airline

 

Spend a night at the Kingsriver Estate near Robertson, from R899/couple (includes 2 meals). It's also near the Robertson Wine Route, giving you a chance to quaff the local produce.

London flight prices
Experience London at its finest, when the parks are in bloom and the air cool. Spring is the perfect time to experience the city before the summer crowds arrive. Enjoy the gentle sun as you stroll through the city's big parks and duck into stylish shops when the rain comes pouring down. Its not only the weather that makes spring so attractive, flight prices are also fairly affordable throughout the months of April and May. Travellers planning a shopping spree should look carefully before booking though, as so many airlines are now excluding checked luggage.

flight path from London to Johannesburg


Cheap JNB-London from R7,487*
(British Airways- depart 9 April, return 16 April 2019)

Cheap CPT-London from R9,184*
(Emirates- depart 9 April, return 16 April 2019)

Cheap DUR-London from R8,134*
(British Aiways- depart 9 April, return 16 April 2019)

Direct JNB-LON from R10,577*
(Virgin Atlantic- depart 11 April, return 18 April 2019)

Direct CPT-LON from R7,837*
(British Airlines- depart 14 May, return 21 May 2019)

Premium Econ. JNB-LON from R14,747*
(Virgin Atlantic- depart 14 May, return 21 May 2019)

B. Class JNB-LONfrom R22,571*
(Kenya Airways- depart 14 May, return 21 May 2019)

B. Class CPT-LON from R23,791*
(Kenya Airways- depart 16 May, return 23 May 2019)

1-way JNB-LON from R5,229*
(Emirates- 18 April 2019)

*This is not an offer, but merely a snapshot of cheapest airfares as we saw them. There was very limited availability (don't expect it to be on every date, it was the cheapest we could find) when we checked & prices may have increased already. Click through the link on the price to check whether the price is still available. Remember to change class once page has loaded to check prices for Premium Economy and Business Class. For Direct Fligth prices, select direct flights once page has loaded.

Kulula air-to-air shoot of their new Boeing.

All 6 of Mango's planes have now been fitted with WiFi, and they're celebrating by offering connectivity on flights at R2-for-a-week’s access and R1-for-a-day pass during October 2012.

The Purple shall rule! Here's a blog entry which may surprise Capetonians with one of its lessor-known spots - Tranquility Cracks. "The crack went about 20 metres in and then a corridor to the left and a bit further down another corridor to the right. It was time to explore! We wandered through the maze of Cracks, a labyrinth of natural corridors with mossy Yellowwoods reaching up to the strip of sky above, reaching for the sun high above. It was like a giant, natural playground, bringing back fond memories of my childhood, full of rocks to climb, crevasses to shimmy up, tunnels to crawl through, and wonders to behold!"

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The Bottom Line: "At the inception of the Airlift Strategy of 2006, there was an estimate of twenty airlines operating in South Africa. Since then, the number has grown to fifty airlines in July 2011. We are currently working with the Department of Transport and other partners to review the 2006 Airlift Strategy, which we will be taking back to Cabinet soon." Minister Marthinus van Schalkwyk at the World Tourism Business Day Breakfast