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Flights to Durban For the Midmar Mile

10 February 2017 flights
surveyed on 26 January 2017
South Africa Travel Online

As one of South Africa's most prestigious sporting events, the Midmar Mile attracts both amateur swimmers and Olympic medalists from around the world. Taking place just outside of Pietermaritzburg, at the Midmar Dam, the 1,6 km race never lacks excitement as dam levels varies and new records are set.



This year will also see introduction of a big screen and the development of a spectator area. This would allow spectators to stay in one place and watch both the start and the finish line. A big seating area for spectators is also in the works, as they no longer have to move around. Those who still feel very involved are however free to do so.

This year's dam levels are also looking up, which means that the race will slightly longer. International competition will also be a great attraction this year, with previous mens champion Chad Ho returning along with many other olympic competitors.

Here is to hoping a local talent takes top honours!

Travel prices CPT - DUR

Our survey displays one-way flights from Cape Town to Durban (click here for information on airlines operating on these routes) on Friday the 10th of February 2017, leaving Cape Town after 15h00 but before 19h40. The prices below are subject to change and cannot be guaranteed by us.

Flights from Cape Town (CPT) to Durban (DUR)

Mango Airline

JE348 leaves 15h00 arrives 16h55

R760*

FlySafair Airline

FA162 leaves 16h20 arrives 18h30

R798*

British Airways economy class (operated by Comair)

BA6313 leaves 17h30 arrives 19h35

R1020*

South African Express economy plus

SA1859 leaves 18h15 arrives 20h15

R1885*

British Airways business class (operated by Comair)

BA6313 leaves 17h30 arrives 19h35

R3370*

South African Express business class

SA1859 leaves 18h15 arrives 20h15

R2555*

Surveyed by Astrid Sanders

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