|Hubs||Lanseria International Airport|
|Company slogan||For The Love Of Flying|
|Headquarters||Johannesburg, South Africa|
|Key people||CEO: Elmar Conradie|
FlySafair is a low-cost airline based in Johannesburg, South Africa. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Safair. The airline has hubs in Cape Town International Airport and OR Tambo International Airport.
The airline was established in August 2013 and was granted approval by the South African Air Service Licensing Council to launch operations with ten daily services between Johannesburg's OR Tambo International Airport and Cape Town International Airport. The airline had plans to begin operations in October 2013. However, on 8 October 2013, the High Court of South Africa granted an interim court order preventing the airline from starting operations, following an application by rival carriers, on the basis that it did not meet the legal requirement of 75% local ownership. Substantial restructuring of ownership took place and FlySafair's inaugural flight eventually took place on 16 October 2014.
- Cape Town – Cape Town International Airport
- Durban – King Shaka International Airport
- East London – East London Airport
- George – George Airport
- Johannesburg – OR Tambo International Airport
- Johannesburg – Lanseria International Airport
- Port Elizabeth – Port Elizabeth Airport
FlySafair offers food and drinks as a buy-on-board programme. FlySafair also offers a monthly magazine on board named "In Flight".
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