Founded in 1946, Comair continues to operate successfully in South Africa and is managed and owned by South Africans through its listing on the JSE (Johannesburg Stock Exchange). This aviation company has been operating within Southern Africa for more than six decades with an internationally recognised safety record.
There are a number of airlines and travel related brand that operate under Comair, namely British Airways, Kulula Airlines, Comair Travel, Comair Training Centre and Food Directions. Comair’s main base is OR Tambo International Airport and offers cheap flights to Cape Town and Durban as well as flights to Port Elizabeth, Harare (Zimbabwe), Mauritius, Gaberone (Botswana) and Maputo (Mozambique).
Since 1996, this company has been operating local and regional services within southern Africa under the British Airways livery as part of their licence agreement with British Airways and launched South Africa’s first low-cost airline, Kulula Airline in 2001. This exciting brand has since inception revolutionised air travel in South Africa by making flying easier and more affordable to customers. The major difference between Kulula and British Airwats is that Kulula has a higher seating density, which results in it having acout a 25% lower cost case.
The Comair South African fleet comprises of 17 Boeing 737 aircrafts, with an additional 8 next-gen 737-800 on order to enhance their fleet.
It is of paramount importance for the company to provide reliable and quality airline service to its passengers. There is no compromise when it comes to training their pilots and they will always ensure that these aviators receive adequate rest between flights.
British Airways/Comair in South Africa can be contacted via telephone on (011) 921 0111 during office hours (weekdays only). Their customer relations can also be contacted at the following e-mail address: email@example.com
Book your flight now with any of Comair’s excellent flight branches and experience a flight that will fit your pocket!