Travelling To South Africa

These days South Africa is easily accessible to travellers, with its modern airports welcoming a wide range of airlines. Below you will find information on the travel options currently available.


Flights leave most European airports for the international airports at Cape Town and Johannesburg on a daily basis.

Some airlines such as Air Namibia and Globespan offer cheap flights to South Africa and fly to Johannesburg and Cape Town for as little as 299 GBP return. Recent entry into the long haul market by low cost South African Airlines such as Kulula and 1time, promises to make prices even more competitive.

Domestic airlines take travellers on from the main airports to a variety of destinations.

International airports in South Africa:

O.R.Tambo International Airport (formerly known as Johannesburg International)

Cape Town International Airport

Durban International Airport

Provincial airports in South Africa:

Kimberly, Upington, Port Elizabeth, Pilanesburg, Kruger Mpulanga and George.

South Africa's national airlines:

South African Airways, 1time, Kulula, Airlink, SAExpress, Nationwide Air and Mango.

International airlines serving South Africa:

Lufthansa, KLM, Virgin Atlantic, Cathay Pacific, Delta, American Airlines, Emirates, British Airways and QANTAS.


Holiday Rentals in South AfricaHoliday Rentals

Owners Direct is one of the UK's leading direct from owner rental websites and the first choice for holiday home owners who want a cost effective and easy way to fully book their properties.

Find out more Go

Can't find what you're looking for?

We're here to help in any way we can. Help me find it!
Search