South Africa flights from $1,072 return

Stephanie Yip 7 November 2017 NEWS

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Save over $350 flying South African Airways compared to other full service carriers.

Sorry, this sale is no longer running. Check our list of current flight sales to find a bargain!

South African Airways is helping you complete your bucket list with flights to Cape Town down to $1,072 return.

All you have to do is fly out of Melbourne from April-June 2018 to snatch up this bargain.

If you're based elsewhere in Australia, you haven't been forgotten. Flights out of Sydney start from $1,074 and out of Brisbane from $1,082 return.

From there, it's a steep climb to $1,800+ flights out of Canberra and Adelaide, serviced by several carriers, but if you're up for an extra stopover, you can always snap up a bargain domestic flight to either Melbourne, Sydney or Brisbane to make the most of this sale.

Compared to other airlines flying out on similar dates, you're looking at $350+ in savings. For example, flights out of Melbourne start at $1,072 on South African Airways but if you up that to Emirates there and back, you'll be paying $1,428. That's a bargain that cannot be denied.

Flight dates in this sale vary depending on your chosen route. Check the table below for more information. Or, if you just want to check out the deals, head straight to I Want That Flight to pick out your flights and book your seats to Cape Town.

There's no set end date to these fares, so once they're gone they're gone.

Scoot Athens sale:

From
To
Dates
Price (return)
Book
MelbourneCape TownMarch - April 2018$1,072Book your South African flight here
SydneyCape TownSeptember 2018$1,074Book your South African flight here
BrisbaneCape TownMarch - April 2018$1,082Book your South African flight here
Book your South African flight here

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