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Port Elizabeth to Durban flight path

Kulula Flights from Port Elizabeth to Durban

So, you want to fly from the Friendly City to South Africa's playground, rather than driving through the wild coast. Let's start with the bad news - there are no Kulula Port Elizabeth to Durban flights. The good news is that Kulula's sister company, British Airways Comair, operates regular flights from Port Elizabeth to Durban King Shaka Airport (PLZ-DUR), and there are also SA Express flights on the route. So, at least you have choices.

Flights to Durban are to King Shaka International Airport (DUR).

George to Durban via PE

21 August 2013 : Rating = 5/5 : I was needing to get from GRG to Durban and could not afford the fare so took the bus from GRG to PE and a Kulula flight from there to Dbn. HOWEVER – the bus was like 4 hours late which meant I was going to get to PE either too late or JUST in the nick of time. As it is I have a problem with my leg so am not able to walk too fast or even run! My daughter phoned Kulula up ahead and told them of my predicament. With much professionalism they told her not to worry, they were waiting in the foyer for me with my boarding pass – and a wheelchair and raced me across the runway where the plane was waiting for me! How's that for service. Thank you Kulula!!! :) Sheila du Plooy

Flight schedule

British Airways Comair flights from Port Elizabeth to Durban are scheduled to take 1 hour and 15 minutes.

  • Mon, Wed, Thu, Fri : BA6323 is scheduled to take off from PE at 13h15 and land in DUR at 14h30.

  • Sat & Sun : BA6323 is scheduled to take off from PE at 12h15 and land in DUR at 13h30.

You can book BA Comair on the Kulula website.

Kulula plane parked at Lanseria Airport, Johannesburg


The airline used to fly on the route, but stopped in 2011. What happened in 2011 was that Comair switched from using the Kulula brand to the British Airways brand, as the majority of passengers probably preferred a full service carrier to a low cost carrier. This is a similar strategy to the Cape Town to Durban flight route, where the vast majority of flights are on British Airways Comair rather than with Kulula.

Category : Kulula Airlines

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