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FlySafair says they’re Unlikley to Fly in Level 3 Unless Governments Offers Support

Following President Cyril Ramaphosa’s address on 24 May 2020, FlySafair will continue with the temporary suspension of its business operations under level 3 of the Government’s Risk Adjusted Strategy to lift...

FlySafair prepares for 21-day lockdown

In accordance with President Cyril Ramaphosa’s address on 23 March 2020, FlySafair has made the decision to temporarily close all business operations in order to fully support the government’s mandate to...

FlySafair passengers can now receive their boarding passes via WhatsApp

In a continued effort to invest in the creation of exceptional customer experience, FlySafair, the most punctual airline in the world, has announced that its passengers will now have the option...

FlySafair Scoops 2016 ACSA Feather Award

Low Cost Carrier FlySafair was honoured with the Feather Award for Best Low Cost Carrier by the Port Elizabeth Airport today. The Feather Awards are an annual excellence award ceremony, hosted...

FlySafair goes global

FlySafair has finalised distribution agreements to make their tickets globally available. Low-cost carrier FlySafair has just completed a set of negotiations to ensure global availability of their tickets. Customers and travel agents...

FlySafair Takes Off from Lanseria

Low Cost Carrier FlySafair will now be flying from Lanseria International Airport to Cape Town and George with flights starting at just R599.   FlySafair will offer two daily flights to...

FlySafair warns industry fares are likely to go up

Low Cost Carrier FlySafair warned today that while their prices are not due to rise in the short-term consumers should expect to see a rise in the price of domestic airfares...

FlySafair welcomes healthy competition

Healthy competition in the South African low-cost carrier market over the past 12 months has driven down the cost of domestic travel to reasonable and sustainable levels. FlySafair shook up the...

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