List of airlines of South Africa,
Kulula.com, Mango Airlines, South African Airways, FlySaf Air, FlyCem Air, Lift Airlines, Airlink.
Kulula.com is a South African airline, operating on major domestic routes from Tambo International Airport and Lanseria International Airport, both just outside of Johannesburg. kulula.com is a brand name of Comair Limited. kulula.com is a low-cost airline in South Africa.
Mango Airlines is a state-owned South African low-cost airline, founded in 2006 as a subsidiary of South African Airways, that operates domestic scheduled budget services. South African low-cost airline Mango Airlines uses Boeing 737-800 series aircrafts.
Aircraft Model; Lift Airlines's Airplane, Airbus 320
LIFT Airlines is a new airline in South Africa. Lift Airlines operates scheduled domestic services in South Africa. Lift Airlines uses Airbus A320 aircraft. Lift is going to be one of the low-cost carriers in South Africa.
Aircraft Model; South African Airways's Airplane, Retired Boeing 747-300
South African Airways is the national flag carrier and largest airline of South Africa, The airline flies to more than 20 destinations worldwide from its hub at Tambo International Airport. South African Airways uses a fleet of 12 aircrafts. South African Airways' whole fleet consists of Airbus model aircraft.
CemAir was established in 2005. CemAir is a domestic airline in South Africa. CemAir operates a fleet of Bombardier CRJ-900, Bombardier CRJ-100/200, De Havilland Dash 8-400, De Havilland Dash 8-Q300, De Havilland Dash 8-100.
Aircraft Model; Fly CemAir's Airplane, Bombardier CRJ-100
Aircraft Model; Airlink, Embraer-135
Airlink is an airline in South Africa. South African Airlink is a regional carrier. Airlink operates scheduled domestic and regional services in/around South Africa. South African Airlink uses Brazilian Embraer Aircrafts for flight operations.