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Kulula Cape Town - Johannesburg

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Our last review was of a Kulula flight from Cape Town to Durban, which didn't go as well as we'd like (it was moved and then moved again). So we were happy to set the record straight on this Kulula flight from Cape Town to Johannesburg (4th Dec 2009). The flight happened to be on the same date as the announcement of the World Cup 2010 fixtures in Cape Town, and we were swimming against the tide, with a mass of people flocking into the airport.

Fragile goods

This was the first time we've been to the new terminal at Cape Town International Airport, and it looks stunning. One thing which has changed is that Kulula did not take care of the fragile items at their check-in desk - we had to take the fragile item ourselves to a poor signposted room at the far end of the airport.

check-in counters for Kulula at Cape Town International Airport

Newly delivered Kulula 737-800

We flew on a Boeing 737-800 which Kulula had recently taken delivery of. So newly delivered in fact that the plane had not been completely painted in the Kulula colours yet. On the inside, the overhead lockers were not yet showcasing the usual Kulula credit card and other adverts and it felt good to sit on shiny new upholstery. Although new to Kulula, I don't think the plane was brand spanking new (engine had wear marks, there were ashtray holders, some of the paint was worn and windows were pretty scratched).

unmarked Kulula plane at Cape Town International Airport

Here's what a Kulula plane usually looks like:

Kulula plane in full livery at Cape Town International Airport

Kulula safety humour

They mixed the usual fare of Kulula humour into their safety announcements. Anybody misbehaving on the flight would take a seat on the wing - the feature film for them - "Gone with the Wind". Eight exits, and to help you find your way there lights on the floor will appear like an eighties disco. "For takeoff please move your lazyboy seats into the upright position". I don't fly Kulula a lot, and it's great that every time there seems to be new fresh angles to their humour.

Khuluma gives more humour

The December issue of Khuluma which was on the flight is the initial issue. On the cover it said "Swipe me if you like me", so I took a copy with me. The "lunatic guest editor" of the magazine is renown comedian John Vlismas.

Plane spotting

Here's a Turkish Airlines plane we spotted at Cape Town International Airport.

Turkish Airlines plane at Cape Town International Airport

Cape Town International Airport

The inside of the new terminal looks great, but there's still building going on.

building new terminals at Cape Town Airport Soccer ad at Cape Town International Airport
information kiosk at Cape Town International Airport Cape Town International Airport with Table Mountain in the background
parking lot at Cape Town International Airport new departures terminal at Cape Town International Airport

Flight details

Your booking reference: ABCDEF

We have received payment and your booking has been confirmed.
Please quote the booking reference (left) for any correspondence with regard to this booking.

 

 Important information

  • Use your ID or drivers license with the booking reference (above left) to check in for your flight/s.

  • Check in 90 minutes prior to your flights scheduled departure time. 

  • Read the important travel information section within this document.
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kulula air travel itinerary


Flight

 

Time

Date

Airport

Stops

Flight

Airline

Seat status

Depart

13:00

Fri, 04 Dec 2009

Cape Town

0

MN110

Confirmed

Arrive

15:00

O.R. Tambo (Jo'burg)

 

Travellers

 

Name(s)

Age group

Email

Phone

 

Mommy

ADT

cheapflights@southafrica.to

0821234567

 

Daddy

ADT

 

 

Baby

CHD

 

kulula air computer generated copy of tax invoice


 Invoice

Invoice date

Booking reference

Invoice no.

Fri, 21 Aug 2009

ABCDEF

12345676

To

From

Mommy  Baker

kulula.com
1 Marignane Drive, Bonaero Park,
Kempton Park, 1619, South Africa
0861 (kulula) 585852
Vat reg no: 4840104261

 

Item qty

Description of item(s)

Sub total

3

kulula.com   flight fare  CPT  to  JNB -  Fri, 04 Dec 2009

R1644.72

Total

R1644.72

Vat at 14%

R230.28

Description of non-taxable items

 

Airport Taxes - Cape Town

R222.00

Grand total

R2097.00

As a jetsetter you have earned R30.00 kulula moolah on this booking.

 Transaction details

Date

Payment type

Details

Total

Fri, 21 Aug 2009

CreditCard  payment received

Iveri:9876........1234

R1124.00

Fri, 21 Aug 2009

Jetsetters  payment received

kulula moolah

R973.00

Grand total paid

R2097.00

Amount outstanding

R0.00

Important travel info


Bring to the airport

Bring your booking reference and ID book, drivers license or passport to check-in for your flight/s.

Check-in

Check-in opens 90 min before take-off and closes sharply 30 min before your flight. It's not a good idea to check-in valuables like cameras, money, jewellery or anything else that's important to you.

Baggage

Effective 06 May 2009, you're allowed a free checked baggage weight up to a maximum of 20kg. Any excess weight over 20kg will cost an additional R25 per kilo at the Airport. Excess baggage may be purchased at reduced rates (up to 50% discount) up to 24 hours prior to departure via our website or Contact Centre. Excess baggage is non-refundable after payment - so consider carefully before adding extra weight to your booking.

Infant's baggage
For tickets purchased on or after 08 April 2009, infants under the age of 2 years are charged R50 per trip. Tickets purchased prior 08 April 2009 are not subject to this fee nor are they entitled to the 10kg free checked baggage allowance. For R50, you get to take 1 x checked bag weighing up to 10kg plus a collapsible pushchair and a child car seat.

Changing your booking

If you need to make any changes to this booking, it's best to do it online at least 48 hours before your flight. Just remember that no route or name changes will be permitted on Lusaka, Windhoek, Harare, Mauritius or Ndola flights, but if you’re already at the airport, go to the Ticket Sales office. Changing your flight at the airport will cost R140 per person, per sector, plus the difference between your old fare and the new one available. If you can't make your flight, please don't forget to contact us more than 48 hours before scheduled departure to change your booking to another date, cause if you miss it without changing it first, you'll lose the full value of your ticket. What a waste!

Dangerous articles

Dangerous articles (such as compressed gases, corrosives, explosives, flammable liquids and solids, radioactive materials, oxidising materials, poisons and infectious substances) must not be carried in baggage. Ask us if you are unsure what items are regarded as dangerous, 'cause we can't allow you to travel with this sort of stuff in your bags.

Unaccompanied minors

Kids have to travel with at least one adult aged 16 years or older and unfortunately we don't accept unaccompanied minors, sorry.

 


Last review of a Kulula flight from Cape Town to Johannesburg

Our previous review of a Kulula Cape Town - Johannesburg flight was on 24 Dec 2008.

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Category : Kulula Airlines ; Author : ; Date Published : 2009-12-04

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