Flights from Port Elizabeth to Durban
Flights to Durban from Port Elizabeth (Gqeberha) start from R699.00, depending on demand and the time of the year. Covering approximately 712 km, you can expect to spend around 1 hour and 20 minutes aboard your flight to Durban. You’ll depart from the Port Elizabeth International Airport and land at King Shaka International Airport when taking a direct flight.
This popular P.E. to Durban route is offered by a few of South Africa’s most trusted airlines, including British Airways and FlySafair. At least two direct flights are offered daily, mostly in the afternoon or evenings.
Flights to Durban from Port Elizabeth
In addition to the direct flights, there are many flights with one or more stopovers that travellers can book. Airlines like Airlink, CemAir, and British Airways offer these and include a stop at the O.R. Tambo International Airport.
The flight from Port Elizabeth to Durban is perfect for both leisure and business travellers. Durban has a ton of great things to do for anyone travelling for fun, and business travellers can take a roundtrip between the two cities in one day.
Cheapest Flights to Durban from Port Elizabeth
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|Route||Departure Date||Airline Logo||Price|
|Flights from Port Elizabeth to Durban||30 May||R719|
Popular Durban Flights from Port Elizabeth
In addition to the cheap Port Elizabeth to Durban flights above, here are some other choices that have been popular among other travellers.
|Kulula flights from Durban to Port Elizabeth||from R999.00|
|Flysafair flights from Durban to Port Elizabeth||from R799.00|
|British Airways flights from Durban to Port Elizabeth||from R999.00|
|Airlink flights from Durban to Port Elizabeth||from R1399.00|
What is the Best Day to Catch Cheap Flights to Durban from Port Elizabeth?
It’s best to book on Saturdays to ensure you save considerably when booking your plane tickets to Durban. It’s generally the cheapest day to catch flights from Port Elizabeth to Durban. In contrast, Tuesdays usually cost the most.
The cheapest days to fly from Durban to Port Elizabeth are Sunday and Monday with prices ranging from R1055 upwards. Prices will vary according to the time of year and demand.
Which Month is Best for Booking a Flight Ticket to Durban from P.E.?
The best months for booking a flight from P.E. to Durban are May and June, as this is when flight prices are at their lowest. On the other hand, it’s best to avoid catching flights in September or December as prices soar during these months.
The cheapest months to fly from Durban to Port Elizabeth are October and December with prices ranging from R714 upwards. Prices will vary according to the time of year and demand.
Flight FAQs - Flights from Port Elizabeth to Durban
How long in advance should I book flights from P.E. to Durban?
To ensure you remain within budget, it’s best to book your flight at least 60 days from your departure date. If you have a change of plans, you can easily change your flight date with enough notice.
What stopover options are available when I book a flight to Durban from Port Elizabeth?
P.E. to Durban flights may include a single stop in Johannesburg at the O.R. Tambo International Airport. Depending on your preferences, these stops may be for the same day or multiple days.
Which airlines are currently flying the Port Elizabeth to Durban route?
Currently, only FlySafair and British Airways provide direct flights between Port Elizabeth and Durban. Airlink and CemAir provide travellers with single-stop flights that stop in Johannesburg between P.E. and Durban.
How much is a flight from Port Elizabeth to Durban?
Flights from Port Elizabeth to Durban start from as little as R699.00 depending on the time of year and how far in advance you book.
Durban is a travel destination that’s globally renowned and draws in hordes of national and international visitors annually.
While it’s well-known for its famous beaches, this vibrant coastal city has plenty of things to do for different travellers. This goes for art enthusiasts, history buffs, foodies, and more.
Best Time to Visit Durban
Durban is a city boasting pleasant weather all year round for the most part, which makes it extremely popular. This means that there isn’t a “best time” to visit Durban; it’s all about choosing whichever period works best for you.
If you’re visiting Durban for the beaches, then be sure to visit in summer between December and February. The sun is out daily, and there are tons of places to cool off. Beware though, this is also the most touristy time in the city and it’s also the rainy season.
If you are trying to avoid the crowds, then fly up to Durban in winter between June and August. Despite it being the cold season, temperatures rarely dip below 20° C and make for an incredible time for exploring the indoors and outdoors.
Things to Do in Durban
These are the best things to do in the coastal city as soon as you land from your British Airways or FlySafair flights to Durban.
- Go swimming, sunbathing, and surfing on Durban’s famous coastline. There is plenty to choose from, including the Golden Mile’s golden sand beach to the vibrant South Beach.
- Visit the Moses Mabhida Stadium for its various attractions. Get a tour of the city from a helicopter or take on the incredible, yet daunting big swing.
- Visit Africa’s largest aquarium at uShaka Marine World and partake in activities like shark cage diving, lagoon snorkelling, or slides at the water park.
- Admire Durban’s floral extravaganza at the Durban Botanical Garden. If you time your visit right, you may even catch a musical concert surrounded by natural beauty.
- Visit the Durban Art Gallery to marvel at some of the city’s greatest artworks from local, national, and international artists.
- Enjoy the diverse culinary experience across the city as you try out some traditional Zulu and Indian cuisine.
- View mammal fossils, realistic animal dioramas, and more at the Durban Natural Science Museum.
- Feel like a giant at Mini Town, where you’ll tower over a miniature replica of Durban.
Country : South Africa
Currency : South African Rand (ZAR)
Durban Airport : King Shaka Airport
IATA CODE: DUR
Timezone : GMT+2