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Mango Airlines are running a happy day sale from 10h00 on Tuesday (11 Dec 2012) to 21h00 on Wednesday (12 Dec 2012).

Cruise news: MSC DIVINA - buy 1 get 1 free. Italy - Greece - Turkey - Croatia. Departures in July & August 2013. 7 nights From R5 995 pps

Mango Happy Days are here again :)

There are a limited number of seats available, and those that are available are on a first come first served basis. You snooze, you lose! In other words you may not be able to find the prices shown here. Book at Mango. These are pretty great for December airfares.

Airfares

JNB - Durban from R575* (1-way either direction)

JNB to CPT from R999* (1-way)

CPT to JNB from R899* (1-way)

Bloem - CPT from R899* (1-way either direction)

Lanseria to CPT from R709* (1-way)

CPT to Lanseria from R789* (1-way)

JNB - PLZ from R649* (1-way either direction)

CPT - PLZ from R749* (1-way 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
• Special events, long weekends (Fridays and return Sundays) and peak flights are excluded.

Mango Airline plane parked at Cape Town International Airport

 

From R899 for 1 night for 2 people at Mangwa Valley Game Lodge (53% discount).

London flight prices
Hopefully we'll be back to exploring London's magical streets soon! South Africa is currently on the UK's Red List, which means only British nationals are allowed to travel from South Africa to the UK and then they have to complete 10 days quarantine in a hotel. There are no direct flights connecting South Africa to the UK currently.

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.

JNB-Abu Dhabi R6394*

JNB-Amman R6891*

JNB-Amsterdam R6293*

JNB-Geneva R5837*

JNB-Hong Kong R6400*

JNB-Jeddah R6053*

JNB-Madrid R6228*

JNB-New York R7165*

JNB-Rome R6149*

JNB-Venice R5823*

JNB-Windhoek R2866*

* there was very limited availability when we checked flight prices, so please navigate through to link in order to see if the featured price has changed.

CPT-Bangkok R7383*

CPT-Dubai  R6582*

CPT-Geneva R6097*

 

 

The Purple shall rule! Krystina flew via Ethiopia and Togo landing in Bamako. "In Mali, we found not only mud homes, but ones that were multi-storied creating an ancient town of varying building heights." Her adventures included: "Bush taxis almost every day, a car accident with a visit to PCMO (Peace Corps Medical Officer) Burkina, five-hour long hikes beneath the beating African sun, worm and rash outbreaks, monkey attacks, and a brief runaway stint from the Togolese border are just the realities of backpacking West Africa. Luckily, we’ve mastered the fine art of negotiation; I saved us from paying 5.000CFA in Mopti, Mali for a “mandatory” visa extension fee and let’s just say that Lindsey Dattels has a future immigration officer husband waiting for her in the Contonou airport who allowed us to board the plane back to Cameroon."

Grand Mosque in Mali

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