In the last few years, a large number of low cost carriers have emerged to provide flight journeys at economical prices. Malaysian Airlines and Mango Airlines are preferred by South African travellers for travelling within and beyond South Africa.
Malaysian Airways is flagship airlines of Malaysia. It is headquartered at Sultan Abdul Aziz Shah Airport in Subang, Selangor, in Greater Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia airlines began its operating services between Singapore, Kuala Lumpur and Penang in 1937. In 2013, it has joined one world. It provides air travel services to Southeast Asia, East Asia, South Asia, and Middle East and on the Kangaroo Route between Europe and Australasia, while covering more than 60 destinations across Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and North America. It also operates the world’s longest non-stop, non-commercial flight from Seattle to Kuala Lumpur. Malaysian Airlines carry a fleet of 84 aircraft that include 77 passenger aircraft and 7 cargo planes. Its main fleet include A330-200 (3), Airbus A330-300 (11), Boeing 737-400 (37), Boeing 737-800 (3), Boeing 747-400 (13) and Boeing 777-200 ER (17)
Launched in 2006, Mango airline is popular low cost carriers in South Africa with its headquarter located at Johannesburg International Airport (OR Tambo) in Kempton Park, Gauteng. It was initially named as TULCA and it is one of the youngest low cost carriers in South Africa. It is government owned subsidiary of South African Airways. Mango Airline is popular for its low airfares and catchy marketing campaigns. It operates flights to almost all destinations in South Africa such as Mango flights to Cape Town, Port Elizabeth, Johannesburg, Durban etc.
Nowadays, it is easy to book flight tickets using online flight booking sites at very economical prices. Whether you are looking for Mango online booking or Kulula flights to Cape Town, online flight booking search engines make flight booking easy, fast and economical at just single click.