Mango is reducing all Flymango fares as fuel price drops in South Africa

What's the news?

Mango is reducing all their fares from this month, due to the fuel price in South Africa dropping. The airline is passing on the benefit to its customers, despite currency weakness, and has also pledged to continue to pass future benefits on as well.

The low-cost domestic airline rolled out new prices earlier this month, including a flight between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth now costing from just R 399 (US $34) one-way.

In addition, Mango has not had to change any of its baggage rules since the new Acsa hand luggage guidelines came into force in South Africa. The airline still offers a 20kg free checked allowance, which customers will find handy if their hand luggage is now classed as over the limit.

Tell me a little more about Mango

Mango is a South African airline that's been around since 2006 and is cited as the country's most innovative airline. They are the only African airline that offers on-board Wi-Fi and were the first to offer booking and payment facilities via their mobile app.

HT traveller24

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