Kulula was South Africa’s first low cost airline and launched in 2001. It is a subsidiary of Comair. Kulula derives its name from the zulu word meaning “easily”. Kulula’s product offering includes flight, car and hotel bookings as well as pre-booked holiday packages. The airline operates 15 routes with approximately 325 flights a week including international flights to Namibia, Mozambique and Mauritius. In 2007, Kulula launched ‘project green’, an initiative to offset its carbon emissions by planting trees in underprivileged communities.
In April 2011, Kulula became the first passenger airline in South Africa to offer a skywriting service. Kulula has a reputation for a fun flying experience with onboard humour from staff and creative aircraft branding. ‘Khuluma’, the airline’s free in-flight glossy magazine is available to all its passengers. Kulula prioritises safety and ease of travel.
|ROUTE||DAYS||EARLIEST FLIGHT||LATEST FLIGHT|
|JOHANNESBURG TO DURBAN||MONDAY TO FRIDAY||06:20||20:50|
|DURBAN TO JOHANNESBURG||MONDAY TO FRIDAY||06:00||18:55|
|JOHANNESBURG TO CAPE TOWN||MONDAY TO FRIDAY||06:05||19:15|
|CAPE TOWN TO JOHANNESBURG||MONDAY TO FRIDAY||06:30||19:45|
|CAPE TOWN TO DURBAN||MONDAY TO FRIDAY||08:35||17:30|
|DURBAN TO CAPE TOWN||MONDAY TO FRIDAY||06:25||18:00|
|PORT ELIZABETH TO CAPE TOWN||MONDAY TO FRIDAY||09:50||09:50|
|CAPE TOWN TO PORT ELIZABETH||MONDAY TO FRIDAY||11:35||11:35|