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The domestic carriers are Mango airlines, Kulula carriers, British Airways and South African Airways. Please find below more about the histories of the individual airlines: SAA (South African Airways): It is South Africa's biggest domestic carrier based at Kempton Park in Gauteng. The SAA was founded in 1934 when the South African authorities took over Union Airways.
Originally run by the South African Railways and Harbours Administration, it was sanctioned during asideheid. Currently, the carrier serves 38 worldwide destinations from Johannesburg O.R. Tambo Airport. With 54 carriers in its portfolio, SAA also recently received the new Airbus Airbus A320 in February 2012. KULULULULA Airlines:
Its name means "It's Easy" and the company does credit to its name when it strives to make it as simple as possible for its faithful travelers. Travelers using this low-cost carrier can look forward to a relaxing trip and great airfare. Mangos Airlines: The head office is located in the OR Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg.
Mango is part of South African Airways and provides outstanding passenger rates and outstanding passenger support. Its first mango mission took place in November 2006 from Cape Town to Johannesburg. British-style airways: It is a very beloved carrier with an extremely high level of detail and outstanding client care.
There are flights from Port Elizabeth, Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town. South Africa has a number of different aerodromes, many of which are smaller in remote areas. Here is a Google Map of the many available South African airports: