Lift Flights From Durban to Cape Town

 

The extremely popular and much anticipated coastal hopping route – Durban to Cape Town – has opened with Lift Airlines.

Here at Domestic Flights South Africa, in conjunction with Lift Airlines bookings, we have some of the cheapest flights available. Departing from King Shaka International Airport and landing at Cape Town International Airport, you’ll be touching down in the Mother City after a two-hour 15-minute flight.

Whether you’re heading to Cape Town for business, family, or a spot of play, it’s always nice to know you’re getting the best possible prices. So, If you’re looking for the best deals on flights from Durban to Cape Town, then keep reading.

 

Lift flights from Durban to Cape Town

 

Why Book a Flight With Lift Airline

Planning our life, let alone our journeys is quite a difficult task, which is why booking flight tickets shouldn’t add unnecessary stress. With Lift Airline bookings, your convenience is the number one priority.

We all know these things happen, from cancellation fees to having to put your trip out by a few weeks. So when life hands you lemons, you don’t always need to make lemonade – you just need to make sure you’ve booked flights with Lift Airline!

Nobody wants extra admin work or expenses when managing life’s unforeseen detours. You can change your flight multiple times at Lift or even cancel and opt for credit in your LIFT Wallet. There are no additional charges or penalties for changes made 24 hours or more in advance.

Need another reason to fly with Lift Airlines? If you arrive at the airport’s Lift check in earlier than expected, you may even get put onto an earlier flight at no extra cost if there’s availability.

 

Cheap Lift Airlines Flights From Durban to Cape Town

Make sure you’re saving money with our fantastic deals on Lift flights. Compare the best prices on Lift Airlines one-way tickets from Durban to Cape Town below before using our easy-to-navigate flight booking tool to book your flights.

 

RouteAirline LogoAirlineDepartureDestinationDeparture DateReturn DatePrice
LIFT Flights From Durban To Cape TownLIFTLIFTDurbanCape Town2024-10-012024-10-08R2418
LIFT Flights From Cape Town To DurbanLIFTLIFTCape TownDurban2024-09-162024-10-19R2408

 

Which Day Is The Cheapest to Fly Lift Airlines

The cheapest day to book Lift flights from Durban to Cape Town i usually Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday, with ticket prices starting at R1099.

The cheapest days to fly from Durban to Johannesburg are Monday and Tuesday with prices ranging from R1798 upwards. Booking your flights on these days will get you the best prices.

 

Which Month Is The Cheapest for Lift Flights to Cape Town

Currently, the cheapest months to fly with Lift are May and June. During these months, you will find prices constantly low throughout the month.

The beginning of March has some exceptionally low prices too. However, at the end of March, prices start to rise in preparation for the school holiday.

January and December are the most expensive months to book Lift flights.

 

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Best Time to Visit Cape Town

To get the most out of the Mother City’s vibrant culture and beautiful beaches, visiting Cape Town in summer is best. From December to March, you’ll be able to enjoy the hottest weather.

From late April to early June, days are not as hot, with crisp mornings and evenings, making these months ideal for those seeking to make the most of the many hiking excursions.

 

Top Things to Do in Cape Town

When heading to Cape Town, there are a few things to add to your list of must-do’s and must-sees. So, once you’ve completed your Lift online check in with us here at Domestic Flights South Africa; start planning what to do while in Cape Town.

A trip to Cape Town would just not be complete without at least a couple of these top 10 things to do:

  • Exploring Table Mountain – Whether hiking or travelling up and down by cable car, a trip up this majestic mountain is a must.
  • Woodstock street art – Check out some fantastic artworks scattered across the walls of this quirky town.
  • Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art – Visit the most extensive collection of contemporary African art.
  • Boulders Beach – Hang out with the famous African penguins found here.
  • Kirstenbosch Garden – Enjoy a summer concert, picnic, or a walk in the treetops.
  • Roam Long Street – It’s known for its vintage shops, interesting cafes, and boutiques.
  • Eat at The V&A Waterfront – The oldest working harbour in the Southern Hemisphere.
  • Enjoy sundowners at the beach – There are so many beaches to enjoy. Clifton 4th and Camps Bay are extremely popular for sunset picnics.
  • Take a Chapman’s Peak drive – This is a must-do day trip excursion for some of the most beautiful views.
  • Visit The District 6 Museum – It has both ongoing and one-time exhibits that give a sombre but accurate view of apartheid in Cape Town.

Flight FAQs – LIFT Flights from Durban to Cape Town

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    Does Lift Fly to Durban From Cape Town?
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    Do You Get Food on Lift Airline?

    Lift Airline serves morning and afternoon travellers a light snack and drinks. Onboard snacks are free and subject to change.

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    How Many Kilograms Are You Allowed on Lift?

    Hand luggage should be at most 7kgs and must adhere to the following dimensions: 56cm x 36cm x 23cm. The maximum number of checked bags per passenger that can be booked online is three, and the allowance per checked bag is 23kg.

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    Is Lift a Safe Airline?

    Yes. Lift’s aircrafts have been approved by SACAA and IATA. Each trip ends with sanitisation and cleaning of the plane.

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    Who is Lift Airline Owned By?

    Regional airline Lift Airline is headquartered in Johannesburg, South Africa. Gidon Novick, the founder of Lucid Ventures, partnered with ACMI and charter service provider Global Aviation Operations to form the carrier.

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