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Airports in Port Elizabeth
When travelling from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth, the most popular airport to fly into is Port Elizabeth Airport. The majority of travellers flying into Port Elizabeth Airport from Cape Town are departing from Cape Town Intl Airport. In November, R1 629 is typically the cheapest round trip price you’ll find from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth which you can find when you fly CPT — PLZ.
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|FlySafair||PriceFrom R1 420||Free Cancellation||Rating|
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Airlink is one of the most popular airlines flying from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth, operating 13 flights/week on average for this route. A good Airlink flight deal for Cape Town to Port Elizabeth starts from R59 round-trip, up to an average price of R115. Our users have rated Airlink at 10,0/10.
Another popular option for Cape Town to Port Elizabeth flights is FlySafair (7,5/10, 15 ratings). FlySafair flies from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth around 14 times per week, with deals starting from R76 round-trip and rising to an average price of around R114.
There are 661,3 km between Cape Town Intl and Port Elizabeth. 1h 10m is a normal flight duration for this route.
Prices for flights from Cape Town Intl Airport to Port Elizabeth Airport were last updated today.
The number of operators available for flights from Cape Town Intl Airport to Port Elizabeth Airport is 3 as of November 2023.
The minimum age for a child to fly alone is five, but airlines offering an unaccompanied minor (UNMR) service may have their age restrictions, such as regulations concerning flight duration, timing, and stopovers. It is recommended that you verify with the airline you are booking with for travel from Cape Town Intl Airport to Port Elizabeth Airport.
The required travel and health documents for your Port Elizabeth Airport trip may vary depending on your itinerary and personal circumstances. As a general rule, you should carry multiple documents, including a national ID card or driver's licence and a passport valid for six months after your intended arrival at Port Elizabeth Airport. We recommend that you seek guidance from your airline or a reliable third party such as IATA.
When you fly to Port Elizabeth from Cape Town, you will take off from Cape Town International Airport (CPT). Cape Town International is the main airport that serves Cape Town and is usually busy. Passengers should aim to get to the airport around two hours before their flight is scheduled to depart. This will give them time for any queues at check-in and security points. Cape Town Airport is located just a short distance from the city centre by road, making it a convenient place to travel from. Passengers flying on this route will land at Chief Dawid Stuurman International Airport (PLZ) in Port Elizabeth. PLZ is a moderately sized airport and can be busy during peak times and in the tourist season. It is situated roughly two miles from Port Elizabeth city centre and taxis are available at the airport.
There are several airlines that offer direct flights from Cape Town airport to Port Elizabeth. If you choose to fly with FlySafair, you can travel non-stop and reach Port Elizabeth in around one and a half hours. This is also the case if you opt to fly with British Airways. Airlink also offers direct flights to Port Elizabeth from Cape Town. If you choose to fly with Airlink, this can shave around 10 minutes off your overall journey time. All three of these airlines also offer flights that include a single stopover. However, booking flights with stopovers on this route will drastically increase your journey time. It can also increase the price of your flights.
There are plenty of direct flights available between Cape Town and Port Elizabeth. However, if you’d prefer a flight with a stopover, there are also a couple of options for you. If you travel with FlySafair, you can book a flight with a stopover at Johannesburg O. R. Tambo International Airport (JNB). This can add around five hours onto your journey. You can also fly with British Airways and stopover at Durban International Airport (DUR). This also adds roughly five hours to your trip. Airlink flights also stopover at Johannesburg airport, but travelling this way can add more than eight hours onto your travel time depending on the length of stopover.
You do not need to have a passport or visa to travel from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth. However, it is useful to carry your passport with you when you fly. Passports are a form of official ID and can be used for airport check-in and security points before boarding.
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