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South Africa

The West African country that is known for its diversity, culture, its friendly people and much more is the exotic and thrilling South Africa. Home to an ethnically diverse society South Africa is known for its history and its many historical sites. It is one of the few countries where archeological evidence of human race was first found dating as far as the 900 B.C. the historical monuments and sites are abundant in South Africa and attract tourists who visit from all over the world to experience this stunning and exceptional country...

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FAQ's About Travel to South Africa

Can I pay for a flight for someone else, even if I'm not traveling?
You can book with Flights to South Africa on behalf of a friend, relative, employee, etc. Please note that we will require the name of the cardholder (as it appears on the card) and correct billing address to which card statements are sent. We do need latest Statement and scanned copy of the both sides of debit or Credit Card being used for payment of flights. If this information is not provided it could delay the issue of your tickets. Flights to South Africa take cardholder security very seriously and we reserve the right to reject any booking if we are not satisfied that the cardholder has given permission for the transaction...
What is an e-ticket?
An e-ticket is an electronic ticket. It contains all the information shown on a paper ticket, but is stored as an electronic record in the airline's computer system. When the e-ticket has been issued, the passenger simply needs to print out their receipt / itinerary showing the booking reference. At the departure airport the passenger goes straight to the airline check-in desk. The main benefits to the passenger are that the e-tickets cannot be lost; there is no need to queue for tickets at the airport, and itinerary changes (where permitted by the airline) can be handled more easily. This form of ticketing is becoming widespread, and the International Air Transport Association are aiming for 100% implementation of e-ticketing worldwide by the end of 2007. ..

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