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Free flights for a year with FlySafair

By Danielle van Wyk

There's a silver lining amidst a myriad of price hikes, as FlySafair announced their Free2Fly 365 card competition. This entitles the winner to one year’s unlimited flights across the airline’s route network.

“FlySafair is all about offering great service and options to South African travellers. Plus, we have the largest route network of all the low cost airlines in the country, and operate an affordable, on-time service. The winner of this competition is about to experience all this and more. They will be our guest on flights of their choosing, for free, throughout the year,” stated Kirby Gordon, vice president of sales and distribution at FlySafair.

The card will, in addition, allow for exclusion of taxes and extras, ‘not limited to, checked in bags, pre-selected seats, insurance, catering etc.,’ added the airline.

“Only the winner may make use of these free flights and neither the individually booked flights, nor the card, are transferrable. No name changes will be accepted on these tickets. All normal terms and conditions of booking and carriage will apply. Tickets are subject to availability and no special preference will be given in awarding these tickets,” FlySafair highlighted.

“Just supply your name and email address to stand a chance of nabbing this unbelievable prize. Entrants can then increase their chances, earning additional entries through simple steps, like inviting friends and sharing on social media,” encouraged the airline.

Entries are accessible on, and the competition ends on the 31 July 2016.

The draw will be done on the draw will be on 16 August and we hope to announce the winners within three to five working days thereafter just pending successful contact with the winner,” stated FlySafair.

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