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The cheapest time of year to fly to Johannesburg from East London is October. The most expensive is December.
The cheapest day of the week is usually Tuesday. The most expensive is usually Sunday.
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East London to Johannesburg flights are approximately 8% more expensive at midday than in the afternoon
Airlink, British Airways, and Ellinair are the most popular carriers operating from East London to Johannesburg
East London - Johannesburg OR Tambo
Fly from East London to Johannesburg OR Tambo for the best East London - Johannesburg flight prices
16 days before
The cheapest time to buy a flight from East London to Johannesburg is approximately 16 days to departure
|East London Airport (ELS) to Johannesburg OR Tambo Airport (JNB)||R1 214|
|East London Airport (ELS) to Johannesburg Lanseria Airport (HLA)||R3 418|
If you are looking to fly from East London to Johannesburg, you are most likely going to fly from East London Airport to Johannesburg OR Tambo Airport, the most popular airports on that route. If you are looking for an alternate airport near East London Airport, East London Airport is a great option and is located in East London. You may be looking for an airport near Johannesburg OR Tambo Airport to land at when travelling from East London and Johannesburg Lanseria Airport, located in Johannesburg is a great option. In May, R1 214 is typically the cheapest round trip price you’ll find from East London to Johannesburg which you can find when you fly ELS — JNB.
|Kulula||PriceFrom R435||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Ellinair||PriceFrom R667||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|British Airways||PriceFrom R1 113||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|FlySafair||PriceFrom R1 156||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|Airlink||PriceFrom R1 197||Free Cancellation||Rating|
|South African||PriceFrom R1 347||Free Cancellation||Rating|
Some of our partner airlines flying from East London to Johannesburg are adapting new policies due to the global impact of COVID-19. Some of the airlines that may be waiving their cancellation fees are FlySafair, Airlink, and British Airways. You can search for the full list of airlines such as FlySafair that are offering this flexibility.
East London and Johannesburg are 757,2 km apart from one another. Flights usually cover this in 1h 30m, depending on flying conditions and air traffic around both airports.
When you fly to Johannesburg from East London, South Africa, you will fly out from East London Airport (ELS). East London Airport is a medium-sized airport that serves the Eastern Cape area of South Africa. Passengers flying from East London can reach the airport by road in around 10 minutes when travelling from the city centre. It is a good idea to head to the airport around two hours before your departure time for domestic flights. Passengers booking flights for Johannesburg have a choice of two airports to land at. You can either fly to O. R. Tambo International Airport (JNB) or to Lanseria International Airport (HLA). JNB is the largest and most central airport in Johannesburg and is located just a short drive from the city centre. Lanseria is a slightly smaller airport by comparison and is situated roughly 40 minutes outside of the city by car.
There are several airlines that offer frequent direct flights between East London Airport and Johannesburg O. R. Tambo International Airport. For instance, airlines such as Fly Safair, Airlink, and British Airways all offer direct flights with no stopovers en route. Journey times on these routes are usually around one and a half hours. There are currently no direct flights available from East London Airport to Lanseria International Airport, Johannesburg. Passengers travelling on this route will usually have to make one stop during their flight.
It is possible to fly from East London to both O. R. Tambo Airport and Lanseria Airport with just a single layover en route. Some flights from East London to O. R. Tambo with Fly Safair involve one stopover at Cape Town International Airport. Flights on this route usually take around four hours longer than direct flights. You may also stopover at Durban King Shaka International Airport when you travel with Fly Safair or with British Airways from East London to Johannesburg O. R. Tambo. If you plan to land at Lanseria Airport, your journey will also include one stopover. For example, if you fly with British Airways, you may change planes at Durban Airport and fly on to Johannesburg with Kulula Airlines.
Domestic travellers are not required to have a passport or a visa with them to travel between East London and Johannesburg. You are only required to have a passport or visa when travelling on international flights. However, it is useful to take your passport when you fly. Passports can be used as a form of ID proof, which may be requested by staff at check-in points throughout the airport when you travel.
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Flights from East London to Johannesburg with flexible booking policies can be found by using the search form above and then selecting our dedicated flexible booking filter, which will highlight only the flights where this policy is applied.
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