Twelve Apostles mountain in Camps Bay, Cape Town, South Africa
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It’s time to visit South Africa isn’t it? You know – Cape Town, Johannesburg, the places where it’s sunny, gorgeous and filled with wine? The flight down is over 10 hours, so spending the long journey in a bed is hard to beat. Thanks to a flash sale, you can secure one for yourself starting at just £1050 from quite a few European cities.

a road with a city in the backgroundThe Deals

British Airways has just joined Ethiopian and Qatar in offering top notch business class deals to Cape Town and Johannesburg, South Africa. You can depart from easy to reach cities such as Amsterdam, Sofia, Brussels, Dublin, Vienna and Oslo, with prices starting at just £1000. The British Airways deals are around £1300 and Qatar deals at £1286.

The best deals are…

£1050Stockholm to Cape Town with Ethiopian.

£1229Dublin to Cape Town with Ethiopian.

£1300Sofia to Johannesburg with Qatar in September and October.

£1448Amsterdam to Johannesburg with British Airways all year.

a room with a vase of roses and people in the backgroundThe Dates

The Qatar fares are only available in September and October. The Ethiopian fares are valid almost all year and the British Airways fares are valid virtually the entire year.

chairs on a deck overlooking a cityHow To Book

Simply follow the links above to search the deals on Google Flights and book directly with the airline. It’s always worth comparing prices on these top search engines – but prices should all be the same. Personally, we’d take Sofia to Johannesburg for a superior on board experience with Qatar.


Gilbert Ott

Gilbert Ott is an ever curious traveler and one of the world's leading travel experts. His adventures take him all over the globe, often spanning over 200,000 miles a year and his travel exploits are regularly...

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