Taking to the skies at a fast rate, ‘FlyCemair’ confirms the need and popularity for low-cost domestic flights within South Africa for both leisure and business purposes. Local and overseas visitors are jumping on the ‘bandwagon’ with ‘Cemair’ flights to destinations such as Plettenberg Bay, Bloemfontein, Margate, George, Sishen and particularly the Plettenberg Bay/Cape Town route. The success of ‘FlyCemair’ is a clear indication that many travellers are more comfortable taking a cheap domestic flight in a smaller aircraft.
Increases weekly flights on busy routes
Presently operating three weekly flights on the Johannesburg/Plettenberg Bay/Cape Town route, ‘FlyCemair’ is increasing this busy route to six weekly flights as of 1st October, meeting demands of travellers.
From Tuesdays to Saturdays travellers can book ‘Cemair’s’ Flight 5Z902 that departs from Cape Town at 12h00, arriving in Plettenberg Bay at 13h15. Those returning to Cape Town will fly with ‘FlyCemair’s’ Flight 5Z901 departing Plettenberg Bay at 13h45, arriving in the ‘Mother City’ at 15h00.
Sunday flights depart from Cape Town at 14h00, arriving in Plettenberg Bay at 15h15 with return flights departing out of Plettenberg Bay at 15h45 and arrival time in Cape Town at 17h00.
Daily flights from Johannesburg to Plettenberg, except Thursday
Travellers can fly every day, except for Thursdays from O.R. Tambo to Plettenberg Bay with ‘Cemair’s’ Flight 5Z702, departing Johannesburg at 12h30 and landing at 15h00. On Mondays, returning from Plettenberg Bay to Johannesburg is Flight 5Z701 with departure at 07h00 and arrival time 09h30. Except for Mondays and Thursdays, ‘Cemair’s’ return flight departs from Plettenberg Bay at 15h30, touching down in Johannesburg at 18h00. ‘FlyCemair’s’ Thursday return flight departs from Plettenberg Bay at 17h00 with the arrival time of 19h30 at O.R. Tambo.
Why increase in demand of flights by travelers?
Plettenberg Bay is becoming an increasingly popular leisure destination especially for people living in Gauteng with no ocean or golden beaches to enjoy. With ‘FlyCemair’ landing in Plettenberg Bay, travellers are taking advantage of cheap domestic flights, saving themselves time and avoiding the perils of driving on South African roads.
Besides golden beaches, super accommodation and great eateries, Plettenberg Bay has a host of activities for visitors to enjoy that include wildlife, wine tasting, nature and culture events. Nature enthusiasts experience breathtaking beauty when indulging in the newly launched ecological ‘Plett Trail’ and those not keen on walking can simply relax and try and spot a whale or two with the town being listed as a ‘whale-watching hotspot’.
Try visiting Plettenberg Bay in September
September in Plettenberg Bay is a particularly busy month that includes ‘Food and Wine Pairing’, ‘SA Eventing Champs’, ‘Dr Evil Classic 2016’, ‘International Coastal Cleanup Day’, ‘Rocks to Robberg Beach Clean-up’’, the ‘Plett Chill Out’ and ‘Andrew Young at The Barnyard’.
October affords the ‘Great Gatsby Dinner Dance’ and on the 8th and 9th is the ‘sasfinplett Wine & Bubbly Festival’ with 10 participating wine farms.
During December, the event most parents hate, but students can’t wait for, is the ‘Plett Rage Student Festival’, on from 2nd to 9th December.
Book your cheap domestic flight with ‘FlyCemair’ and head for Plettenberg Bay this summer for the time of your life!