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· Kulula CPT: 021 936 9045/6
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Flight Schedules

shortest flight path from Cape Town to OR Tambo International Airport (JNB)

Kulula Flights from Cape Town to OR Tambo

There are multiple daily Kulula flights from Cape Town to Johannesburg's OR Tambo International Airport (CPT to JNB). To get the best flight deal with Kulula (code MN) to OR Tambo from Cape Town:

  1. Use the flight price comparison tool on the left to contrast Kulula flights from Cape Town to Johannesburg's OR Tambo International Airport, and make a booking.

  2. Then use any SouthAfrica.TO discount vouchers you have to reduce sthat flight price. If you've got none, then start accummulating them on your CPT-JNB flight by emailing us a writeup of your flight experience (we'll send you a discount voucher in return)

If you'd prefer to fly to Lanseria Airport, see our Kulula Cape Town to Lanseria flight pages. If you're flying in the opposite direction, see our Kulula OR Tambo to Cape Town page.

Flight Schedules

Last updated on the 4th March 2014. There are 45 Kulula flights a week from Cape Town to OR Tambo. Thursday are the busiest, with 8 flights, and Saturdays the quietest with only 4 flights.

Flight Number

Departs

Arrivfes

Sunday

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

MN100    

06:30

08:30

 

x

x

x

x

x

 

MN118    

08:10

10:10

x

 

 

 

 

 

x

MN102    

09:10

11:10

 

x

x

x

x

x

 

MN114    

10:55

12:55

x

 

 

 

 

 

x

MN112    

11:45

13:45

x

 

 

 

 

 

x

MN124    

11:55

13:55

 

x

x

x

x

x

 

MN110    

12:45

14:45

 

x

x

x

x

x

 

MN130    

13:35

15:35

x

 

 

 

 

 

x

MN104    

14:35

16:35

 

x

x

x

x

x

 

MN116    

17:10

19:10

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

MN106    

18:30

20:30

 

x

x

x

x

x

 

MN108    

20:00

22:00

 

x

x

x

x

 

 

MN132    

20:50

22:50

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

MN122    

22:10

00:10

 

 

 

 

x

x

 

TOTAL

6

7

6

7

8

7

4

Flight Reviews

Overall rating: 2.7/5 - based on 3 reviews

Traveller Pushes Seat Back

2013-10-03Rating 1/5 : On Friday 20 September my friend and I boarded a KULULA flight at around 22.10pm from Cape Town to OR Tambo. As the flight took off a terrible traveler pushed her seat so far back in my friend’s face that she could not even drink her tea. I asked the traveler to move forward and she completely ignored me and pretended to be asleep. I called the “hostess” and she just looked at me and said “oh shame, she’s sleeping” and walked off. My friend had an awful 2 hour journey to OR. Shame on Kulula. Brenda

Cape Town to OR Tambo for Eid

2013-08-14 Rating 4/5 : On 06 August 2013, my 17 month old grandson, Carlyle and I flew from Cape Town International at 19h10 to OR Tambo to visit my sister for Eid Mubarak. What an amazing experience from the time we hopped onto the airport bus until we arrived in Johannesburg. A friendly Kulula staff member assisted us with getting my grandson and his stroller onto the bus as I was unable to do it alone. They greeted us with such warm and welcoming smiles at the plane, then folded the stroller and ensured us that it would be waiting and ready for me when we exit the plane at OR Tambo – and it was. We were given a window seat which made me very happy as my grandson could enjoy his first flight experience observing everything he could see through the window – such as the airplanes and traffic at the airport as well as the city lights below as we left Cape Town and arrived in Johannesburg. A kind air hostess approached me and asked if it was my first flight with a toddler. When I said it was it is, she proceeded in explaining to me personally what the safety precautions/regulations are with regard to toddlers. I was so surprised and thankful as I am very pedantic when it comes to any matter of safety, especially that of my grandson. I was impressed. My grandson also enjoyed paging through the in plane booklet. Because of Kulula, my grandson had a wonderful first flight experience. We had a good flight and I am very appreciative of the assistance I received from the Kulula attendants. Elizabeth Laubscher

Kulula's Europcar branded plane

First Kulula Flight

2013-06-09Rating a good 3/5 The day was not as clear as we had expected it to be, but then winter days in Cape Town are either clear and cold or cloudy and wet. This was going to be my partner's first flight and I was hoping and praying for a smooth flight to Johannesburg's OR Tambo International Airport. A week or so before the flight day, I had asked her to book two tickets to O.R. Tambo airport for us. She had had problems booking as she did not have our ID books with her when she went to do the reservation at one of the Checkers store money market desks. Somehow I was relieved that she did not get the flights booked. We managed to book a mid-day flight to Johannesburg with Kulula. She was literally counting the days, she was excited and afraid at the same time. She grew nervous as the D- day got closer. I must have related many stories to her about the many flights I have had and how smooth and safe flying is. I was very cautious about the kind of scary experiences of flying in winter with all the turbulences and stormy Cape winter weather. And we were flying in winter. I was going to be holding her hand all the way I told her and this seemed to quieten her nervousness. We handed in our bags an hour and a half before departure time. The excitement was building up as we moved, through the security gates, to the boarding area. She was rejecting all coffee or drink offers. She must have gone to the ladies room a couple of times in the waiting period. She had insisted on going early to avoid any possible traffic delays to the airport. We also wanted to have a window seat to enhance the experience. We took pictures as we were about to board the aeroplane and my woman was being brave and smiling through it all. As we got onto the plane she turned around and looked at me and I could see the fright in her eyes. I pulled her close and whispered that I would be holding her hand throughout. We found our seats and I asked her to take the window seat but she refused. I made sure that she was comfortable in her chair. I took her through what was going to happen before take-off. When the flight attendants were taking us through the safety drill she was a little bit at ease. When the plane started taxiing towards the N2 she grabbed my hand and I took her hand between my hands. The plane turned and faced northwards to start ascending but had to stop to give a landing plane the right of way. We could see Nyanga and Crossroads across the highway. I was pointing these out to her as we were waiting to take off. The engines were now making more noise and the plane was on the runway facing away from the N2 highway. The engines were now fully fired and we were going at very high speed. The hand I was holding was now clammy and I could feel a tremor going through her arm. The runway tarmac was coming at us at unbelievable speed and we could feel the front tyre lifting off. The plane was off the ground and the pressure was on her head and I asked her to lower her head to relieve the pressure. This soon passed and we were on cruising height. The cabin lights came on and we were informed about the wind direction, the temperature and the approximate arrival time. We unlocked out seat belts and relaxed. The hold on my hand relaxed and the smile came back. The plane was now high above the ground and truly flying to our holiday in Johannesburg. No turbulence this time around and the weather was getting better as we approached our destination. Mid-way through the flight she let go of my hand and took a look through the window. Then questions poured out of her about what she was seeing low below - the patterns on agricultural land, the rivers and the small towns we flew over. The voice came over the address system informing us of the coming descent as we were approaching Johannesburg. The lights went out. We were back on secured seats once more but this time she was not holding my hand. The buildings, the roads were all getting bigger and the details were more pronounced as we got lower and lower. It took a very long time for the plane to approach Johannesburg airport. Then we touched ground and the plane brakes were activated and the plane quickly slowed to a very slow taxiing speed within a very short time. I remember turning around to her and congratulating her on her first flight to Johannesburg. She was smiling. She said something to the effect that the flight was not bad. We were taken by bus to the terminal. We collected our luggage and went to the car rentals at Johannesburg airport. I was now hoping that the information and the reservation I had made in Cape Town was still valid. This uncertainty was brought about by the fact that the car hiring was not secured as I had no credit card to do so. The details were captured though. We approached the rentals section of the airport and we went to the counter of the rental company we dealt with in Cape Town. I gave my reference number and the details were retrieved. I was asked for my driver's licence and a copy was made thereof. We completed the transaction with a deduction from my debit card. We were then given the envelope with the car details, keys and the location details of our rental. We located the car and someone grabbed the envelope and removed the car inspection card. This guy took me around the car marking on the card any dents that I pointed out to him. Xolile Neville Mgabadeli

Swartberg Mountain range from Kulula plane

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