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SouthAfrica.TO survey
26 Sep 2008 flights
surveyed on 30 Aug 2008

No doubt who to choose to fly from Johannesburg to Durban - Interlink is the cheapest (only Mango Airline comes close to it). These are pretty good prices considering that the survey is for flights on the evening of the 26th September, and school holidays start on the 27th September.

Flights from Johannesburg to Durban
Bus trips from Johannesburg to Durban

British Airways economy class

1549

Baz Bus (7 day pass)

1200

Interlink Airlines economy class

548

Citiliner bus

160

Kulula Airline economy class

759

City to City bus

140

Mango Airlines economy class

599

Greyhound bus

225

1time Airline economy class

779

Intercape bus

175

SAA economy class

980

SA Roadlink bus

120

British Airways business class
Interlink Airlines
business class
SAA
business class

2050
1298
1448

Translux bus

180

Shosholoza Meyl
fully booked

This is the second time we have surveyed Interlink Airlines from Joburg to Durban - they were also cheapest on the first occassion. You should also fly Interlink Airlines if you're looking for the cheapest business class flight.

Interlink Airlines plane

British Airways sets record high price

British Airways are in the record books today for all the wrong reasons - we recorded the highest BA flight price we have seen on the Johannesburg - Durban flight route - R1549 (an astronomical price for a one-way economy class flight).

SA Roadlink cheapest

SA Roadlink are offering the cheapest bus trip from Johannesburg to Durban (R120). The Shosholoza Meyl train is fully booked for the first time (in the short period) that we have have been surveying it. The Intercape bus is charging the highest price we have seen it charge from JNB to DUR (R175).

Cape PeninsulaJoanna does Cape Town

I'm glad Joanna described Cape Point as being the "mythical" meeting place of the Atlantic and Indian oceans, as so many are led to believe that it is the meeting place, and many leave thinking they saw the southern tip of Africa (the honours for that go to Cape Aghulas). She also saw seal island, Chapmans Peak, Noordhoek beach and the seal colony at Simonstown.

The Pampered Beasts of the Airline Industry

"An Airline pilot is the most pampered animal in the industrial zoo. He works as many hours per month as your average yuppie puts in per week. His income is stratospheric. Most of his time on duty consists of sitting in a leather armchair with little on his mind and a spectacular view before his eyes." Denis Beckett from his book "JETLAG: SA Airways in the Andrews Era".

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