The newest entrant to the low cost air travel market in South Africa, FlySafair, has launched ticket sales between Johannesburg and Cape Town, with its maiden flight scheduled for Thursday, 17 October.

FlySafair is making it simple for customers to capitalise on the most affordable travel options with the launch of its new website and online booking system,  The easy to navigate website allows passengers to reserve and pay for their flights between Johannesburg and Cape Town, to self-manage changes to their reservations, and to check-in online.

Aside from the convenience of handling their own travel itineraries, the website provides detailed information on FlySafair and its holding company Safair.

Dave Andrew, CEO of FlySafair says that the low cost carrier is a natural evolution of Safair Operations (Pty) Limited’s services.

“Having been involved in the aviation industry for almost half a century, and having operated in some of the world’s most demanding environments tackling some of the toughest freight and passenger assignments, we’re more than capable and ready to manage our low cost airline.”

Confirming this assertion, FlySafair’s management team offers a wealth of experience and diverse specialist aviation skills, while the airline’s ground- and cabin crew are dedicated to offering old fashioned values and exceptional customer service.

“Owing to Safair’s reputation of success, we have no doubt that our new low cost airline will operate proficiently, and offer the highest standards of excellence and service to passengers at a price they can afford,” Andrew continues.

In addition to offering affordable flights, FlySafair is committed to providing exceptional service whether at check-in, on the ground or in the air.

“With FlySafair’s dedication to competitive and sustainable fares between Johannesburg and Cape Town, we look forward to our passengers putting our promise of affordability and exceptional service to the test,” Andrew concludes.

Bookings are now open so make sure to visit to book your seat today.