South African Airways
SAA operates intercontinental routes to São Paulo, New York City, Washington, D.C., London, Frankfurt, Munich, Mumbai, Hong Kong and Perth. Most international and intercontinental flights operate from Johannesburg. The only intercontinental routes from Cape Town are to London and Frankfurt. SAA also operates numerous domestic and regional routes.
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Most of kulula's flights are direct flights, except the flights from Cape Town to Durban or from Durban to Cape Town that stops in Port Elizabeth.
kulula's Local Destinations:
- Johannesburg (OR Tambo & Lanseria International Airports)
- Cape Town
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Mango Airlines took their first flight to the skies on November 15, 2006. In the short time of only two years of being in the airline business, they have already received some international and local travel awards such as the “Africa's Best Budget Airline” and the “PRISM award” for the top of the Travel and Tourism category.
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British Airways is the national airline and flag carrier of the United Kingdom and one of the largest in Europe. It was formed on March 31, 1974 and it operates from London’s two main airports, Heathrow and Gatwick.
The South African domestic flights are operated and run by Comair.
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