The Comair / British Airways – Pick a destination and spread your wings and fly !!!
Our route network for both kulula.com and British Airways include flights to centrally located airports within South Africa, sub-Saharan Africa and the Indian Ocean Islands.
This allows customers the option to travel to the main business and leisure destinations within southern Africa.
An aviation company founded in 1946, Comair Limited is managed and owned by South Africans through its listing on the JSE.
We’ve been operating successfully within southern Africa for more than six decades with an internationally recognized safety record. Since 1996, we have been operating local
and regional services within southern African under the British Airways livery as part of our licence agreement with British Airways Plc and launched South Africa’s first low-fare airline, kulula.com in 2001.
This adventurous brand has since inception revolutionised air travel in South Africa by making flying easier and more affordable to customers.
In 1996, Comair joined British Airways as a franchise partner and became known as British Airways Comair, taking on the colours and livery of British Airways International. The British Airways brand brought with it a rich heritage of stylish travel, reputation for service excellence and a wide range of products such as the prestigious Executive Club frequent flyer programme.
As franchise partner of British Airways and a member of the oneworld® alliance, Comair offers seamless connections to the international route network and continues to serve local premium customers with the same standards in mind.
Getting to know FlySafair
FlySafair – SA’s oldest newest airline. Founded by Safair, considered to be Africa’s best known air logistics and specialised air services company, FlySafair was born from a company that already has almost 50 years of experience in aviation.
Their inaugural commercial domestic flights commenced on 16th October 2014 on the following route: Cape Town – Johannesburg (ORIA) – Cape Town; followed by Cape Town-Port Elizabeth– Cape Town on 30th October 2014; Cape Town-George– Cape Town on 13th November 2014; Johannesburg-George-Johannesburg and Johannesburg-Port Elizabeth-Johannesburg on 3rd December 2014. Watch this space for more routes to follow!
Why fly with FlySafair?
* Winner of the ACSA Best Airline – Domestic Services Feather Award in December 2015
* Nominated for an award for best African low cost airline in 2015s Business
* Africa Awards 2015
Offers priority boarding for its passengers as a premium add-on service