Book a kulula flight
Use the flight comparison tool on the left. Simply enter where you are flying from and to. Choose the date(s) you want to fly out and return, and then click “Search for flights”. The tool will compare all airlines flying that route on those dates. It will then list the airlines by the cheapest. It might not be kulula airlines that turns out to be the cheapest flight, but they will be included in all domestic flight comparisons.
Kulula was founded in 2001 as a low-fare airline operating domestic services to all major cities as well as regional services to Namibia, Mauritius, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Kulula (www.kulula.com) meaning ‘Easily’ in Zulu, was established by Comair Limited which is a franchise of British Airway. It was established for the sole purpose of being a low fare carrier to bring air travel to all South Africans. Over the last decade, Kulula has become known for their loyalty clubs, whose members do not have to pay full fare and can earn redeemable points for each flight booked. They have also become well known for their tongue-in-cheek advertising campaigns and bright coloured planes.
Comair, the parent company of Kulula, have been in operation providing charter flights within South Africa since 1946. In 1996, Comair became a franchise partner with
British Airways and in 2001 launched Kulula Air as South Africa’s first low cost airline in direct competition to the national carrier by providing affordable flights to the nation. The resulting growth in domestic air travel brought about a number of competitors for Kulula although they maintain their position as one of the premier online airline companies in South Africa.
The airline originally offered 3 daily flights from Johannesburg to Cape Town, and later in the year Johannesburg to Durban under the Kulula brand. They have grown to provide over 300 flights per week between nine destinations including Windhoek, Mauritius and Harare.
The Kulula (kalula) brand has since branched out offering a wider range of services to their customers including Kulula Holidays, Kulula credit cards and Kulula Connect.
True to their name, they provide a simple and efficient way to book, pay, and travel at an affordable rate either through a travel agent or online via their website. Their customers can book flights, as well as accommodation and car hire, providing a one stop travel solution.
Kulula.com operates a modern fleet of MD82 aircraft seating 150 passengers on board. They also operate two Boeing 737 -200ís with approximately 118 seats, and a Boeing 737 ñ 400 with approximately 162 seats. Their fleet is maintained by SAFAIR, who are the biggest and most reputable narrow body aircraft maintenance facility in Africa, providing their passengers with the peace of mind that their aircraft are safe and reliable.
As you can see from the map above, kulula fly many routes in and around South Africa.
Within South Africa kulula fly between the following destinations: Johannesburg, Durban, Cape Town, George, Port Elizabeth, Nelspruit
Outside South Africa kulula fly to Livingstone, Maputo, Dar es Salaam, Vilanculous, Ndola, Lusaka, Harare, Windhoek, Mauritius (some of these flights are handled by Comair)
kulula flight schedule