Mango Airlines is a low cost carrier from South Africa. Its fleet of eight Boeing 737-800s provides domestic and international flights, particularly in Tanzania. With more than two million passengers transported each year, Mango Airlines is in full expansion.
The South African low-cost airline Mango Airlines was established in 2006. It was in October of the same year that the first flight of the company was launched. When it was created, it acquired a fleet of four Boeing 737-800s, each with 186 seats. After two years of activity, in 2008, Mango Airlines obtained the title of “low cost African airline of the year”.
Today, Mango Airlines is first developing its fleet, by acquiring two new Boeing 737-800s, and modernizing its equipment by installing new, more comfortable and ergonomic seats. The company is also extending its network with two new routes, Johannesburg-Zanzibar and Johannesburg-George, which enrich its range of destinations.
Convenient online services
From booking the plane ticket, to checking in and printing the boarding pass, Mango Airlines allows you to plan your trip on board its planes without leaving the comfort of your home.
Mango Airlines offers a rather generous baggage allowance. The weight and dimensions including the number of pieces of baggage transported in the cabin and in the hold may change according to the price of the plane ticket.
So many services offered on board
There is only one economy class on Mango Airlines flights. In Economy class, the seats are relatively narrow: allow about 40 centimeters in width. A paid catering service is offered on board. The staff serves snacks, hot meals and drinks. The on-board magazine, Mango Juice, is available to passengers. It is also possible to benefit from paying access to wifi on board aircraft. Finally, adults traveling with children can request a play kit, including books, coloring books and crayons, for a modest fee.