Flights from Durban to Port Elizabeth
Cheap flights from Durban to Port Elizabeth start from as low as R799.00 and there are plenty of options available for this domestic route. Your flight will take approximately 1 hour and 25 minutes and will cover around 680kms. You will land at Port Elizabeth International Airport. You have a choice of over 200 flights per week. Popular airlines which fly from Durban to Port Elizabeth include Kulula Airlines, Flysafair, British Airways and South African Airways.
Which Day Is The Cheapest Flight From Durban To Port Elizabeth?
If you are wanting the cheapest flights to PE from Durban, then booking your ticket on a Monday or a Saturday would be the best advice. Friday is the most expensive due to it being such a popular day to fly to Port Elizabeth from Durbs.
Which Month Is The Cheapest To Fly From Durban To PE?
You will get the cheapest flights to Port Elizabeth from Durban in May and September at this point in time. Obviously booking in advance will bring down the costs of your flights. As December is peak season, the flight prices are always highest at this time of the year.
Flight FAQs – Flights from Durban to Port Elizabeth
How far is Durban from Port Elizabeth by plane?
The flights distance from Durban to Port Elizabeth is approximately 680 kilometers.
How much does it cost to travel from Port Elizabeth to Durban?
The cost of a flight from Durban to Port Elizabeth starts from as little as R799.00 but will increase according to airline and demand.
Are there flights from Durban to Port Elizabeth
Yes, there are more than 100 flights from Durban to Port Elizabeth weekly.
Which airlines fly from Durban to Port Elizabeth?
Kulula, Flysafair, Airlink and British Airways fly from Durban to Port Elizabeth
How long is the flight from Durban to Port Elizabeth?
The flight time from Durban to Port Elizabeth is 1 hour and 20 minutes
Best things to do in Port Elizabeth
- Donkin Heritage Trail – take on the 5km trail that follows in the footsteps of the famous 1820 Settlers. It links to over forty seven national monuments & historical sites in PE and is named after Sir Rufane Donkin, the acting governor of the Cape Colony at the time.
- Addo Elephant Park – escape to the bush and spend some time exploring the pristine Eastern Cape landscape for wildlife at Addo Elephant Park. Home to hundreds of elephants this is the 3rd largest national park in South Africa. It has expanded to conserve a wide range of wildlife and flora from the semi-desert Karoo down to the coastline of Sunday’s River Valley Mouth.
- Beaches – 2 out of the total of 6 blue flag beaches in the Eastern Cape are located in PE. Humewood Beach and Wells Estate Beach have both passed the 14-point criteria and been awarded Blue Flag status. Visitors can enjoy a stretch of coast that has wonderful water quality and safety services, including excellent life-saving standard. So take advantage of the Port Elizabeth sunshine, head to the beach and catch those lovely sun’s rays.
Country : South Africa
Currency : South African Rand (ZAR)
Durban Airport : Port Elizabeth Intenrational Airport (PLZ)
IATA CODE: PLZ
Timezone : GMT+2
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