Johannesburg

Cheap Flights to Johannesburg

 

If you are looking for discounted flights to Johannesburg, secure your tickets with Crystal Travel. This amazing city offers everything a visitor has in mind. Whether you want a historical tour, sightseeing or food tour, grab your hands on Johannesburg flights and enjoy amazing memories in this amazing city.

Flights to Johannesburg will land at OR Tambo International Airport, which is also known as Johannesburg Int'l Airport. At Crystal Travel, you need not dream of low-cost flights, you will have them in your hand. You just have to enter your details and allow us to bring the best airfares for your trip to Johannesburg.

 

 

Things You Should Know

 

  • The aerial distance from London to Johannesburg is 5636 miles.
  • There are 63 flights departing from London to Johannesburg in a week.
  • Popular Airlines from London to Johannesburg are United, South African, American Airlines, British Airways, and Virgin Atlantic.
  • The shortest flight time from London to Johannesburg is 10h 50m.
  • Airport codes flights from London to Johannesburg London - LHR, Johannesburg - JNB.

 

 

Book Cheap Flight Tickets to Johannesburg

 

British Airways (3 times daily), American Airlines (2 times daily), Iberia (2 times daily) are the most frequent flyers on this route.Airlines flying from London to Jo'burg are Kenya Airways, Ethiopian Air, Qatar Airways, KLM, Saudia.

 

 

About Johannesburg

 

Johannesburg is a complex patchwork of the new and the old. A bustling city offers a wealth of attractions and activities for visitors to enjoy. First-time visitors to Johannesburg will be bewitched by the series of exhibits and attractions that dot the city. A visit to Soweto will surely make your day memorable. To enjoy further in the City of Gold, take a trip to the SAB World of Beer. Right from sports to key historical sites and luxury amenities, Johannesburg is an exciting city for an unforgettable visit. Book your Johannesburg flights through Crystal Travel and live up to your dreams.

 

 

Best Time to Visit Johannesburg

 

Johannesburg is blessed with a subtropical highland weather. The summers in South Africa run from October until March. The temperatures fluctuate between 25-30 degrees. The days can turn humid, followed by torrential rains. Winters are usually dry, with chilly nights and bright sunny days. The best time to visit Johannesburg is from March to May and September to November. During these low season times, the crowd is less and the price of flights and hotels drop.

 

Low Season: May is the best time to beat the crowds.

 

High Season: December is the most popular time to fly to Johannesburg.

 

 

Best Places to Visit in Johannesburg

 

With endless places to see and experience, Johannesburg is bound to appease you with everything it has. Whether you are a first-time visitor or returning to fulfil your dreams, there are several things to do in the city.

 

Apartheid Museum: Learn about the history of Johannesburg through photographs, film footages, storyboards, and uncountable artefacts.

 

The Lion Park: Dedicated to protect lions, you can also spot hyenas, jackals, antelopes and other splendid wildlife species.

 

Nelson Mandela Square: Honouring late Nelson Mandela, this square lures visitors to take pictures with the statue of this great person.

 

Croc City Crocodile & Reptile Park: Admire the gang of crocodiles and snakes residing in the sprawling sanctuary.

 

Golden Rhinoceros of Mapungubwe: Visit the ruins and marvel at the gold foil rhinoceros, which is now a UNESCO World Heritage.

 

Montecasino: If you are anywhere in Sandton area, you could place your bet at Montecasino. Enjoy the interiors as well as other modes of entertainment.

 

Lesedi Cultural Village: A visit to this village is always rewarding. Get a glimpse of South African culture and tribes. You can also savour African cuisine and rest in the colourful huts.

 

Fresh Earth Food Store: Situated on Komatie Street, dining and shopping at Fresh Earth Food Store offer delicious vegetarian dishes, groceries, and nutritious food.

 

Johannesburg Zoo: This Zoo is home to more than 2,000 animals and 320 species of birds. You can see reptiles, monkeys, zebras, antelopes and rhinos.

 

 

Airports Serving London and Johannesburg

 

London: There are five airports in London: London City, London Gatwick, London Heathrow, London Luton and London Stansted, out of which, London Heathrow is the main hub with four terminals, a wide choice of shops, food courts, lounges with unlimited Wi-Fi access and relaxation points.

 

Johannesburg: Located in Kempton Park, the O. R. Tambo International Airport is the primary international airport serving the city of Johannesburg and the Gauteng region. It is one of the busiest airports in Africa in terms of passenger handling.

 

There are six terminals in three major groups: the international terminals; the domestic terminals, and the transit terminals. Terminal A1 and A2 handle international passengers, while the other two handle domestic passengers.

 

At present, Terminal A and B have been refurbished and they boast over 140 retail shops. After leaving the airport, you can rent a taxi or a private cab to reach your destination. The city bus and rail transit also operate from the airport to the city.

 

 

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