Deal alert: London and Manchester to South Africa from £398 return

Feb 5, 2020

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Head down to South Africa with Star Alliance carriers from both London and Manchester from £398 return. Swiss, Lufthansa and Turkish are offering affordable return fares to both Johannesburg and Cape Town.

The cheapest fares are between February and May 2020, and require at least one stop — in Zurich (ZRH), Frankfurt (FRA) or Istanbul (IST), depending on the carrier. However, in most cases, the layover times aren’t long. Swiss and Lufthansa are offering the cheapest fares from London (LHR), while Turkish is offering the cheap fares from Manchester (MAN).

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To book, head to Google Flights and enter your origin airport as London (LHR) or Manchester (MAN). Then, select your destination as either Johannesburg (JNB) or Cape Town (CPT). Scroll through the calendar function to find dates and prices that work best for you and then click through to book directly with the airline.

Airline: Swiss, Lufthansa and Turkish
Routes: LHR/MAN to CPT/JNB
Cost: £398+ return
Travel Dates: February – May 2020

Here are some examples of what you can book:

London (LHR) to Johannesburg (JNB) for £398 return:

London (LHR) to Johannesburg (JNB) for £400 return:

London (LHR) to Cape Town (CPT) for £437 return:

Manchester (MAN) to Johannesburg (JNB) for £449 return:

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