South African low-cost carrier FlySafair could drop their massive annual R9 domestic flights sale any day from now.
- The annual FlySafair sale will see one-way flight tickets sell for only a few rand in total.
- In the past this massive FlySafair sale has created havoc across the country as hungry travellers log onto multiple devices hoping for a chance to bag cheap domestic flight seats.
- This year, in celebration of 9 years of operation, the airline will be offering up one-way flight tickets on domestic flight routes for only R9 including airport taxes.
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FlySafair could release up to 50’000 individual seats on pre-selected flights across the airline’s domestic route network for departures between May and November this year, for as little as R9, any day from now.
FlySafair cannot confirm exactly when this year’s sale will be taking place but they have indicated that it will be happening sometime this week. Would-be travellers can expect a waiting room to be in action again with lucky draws taking place each minute to allow shoppers onto the site to grab those cheap tickets.
FlySafair operated its first scheduled domestic flight on October 16, 2014 and has since grown to be a significant player in the domestic air travel space. The airline now operates over 150 flights a day connecting all major South African cities with additional connections to Mauritius and Zanzibar.
This sale is always very exciting. It’s a wonderful opportunity to share our product with people who might not otherwise have the opportunity to fly. This year we are going big with 50’000 tickets which equates to an entire 264 Boeing 737-800 aircraft full of passengers flying for only R9.
// FlySafair Chief Marketing Officer, Kirby Gordon
The excitement which surrounds this mega sale each year can best be seen on social media platforms. Each year Twitter in particular melts down as thousands try their luck across multiple devices to grab a sought-after FlySafair R9 domestic flight seat.
To date, over 100’000 lucky passengers have managed to bag seats for anything between R1 and R8 in the airline’s past annual sales.
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