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kulula Customer Service Number

Company Name : kulula
Industry : South African no-frills airline
Products/Service : Carrier Sectors
Head Office : Gauteng

Website : http://www.kulula.com/brand/contact-us

Kulula Customer Service Number

Phoning from within South Africa :
Call Us : 0861 KULULA / 0861 585852

Related : Kulula Check Flight Status : www.southafricain.com/79.html

Contact Centre :
fax: +27 11 388 2463

kulula flights :
** Monday to Sunday 07h00 – 19h00

kulula holidays :
** Monday to Fridays – 08h30 -17h00,
** Saturdays and public holidays – closed

Phoning from outside South Africa :
** Give the kulula Contact Centre a call on +27 11 921 0500 and they will transfer you to an agent.
** Sorry, this service is only for international callers

Note :
** Flight bookings made through the Contact Centre and Airports are subject to a service fee of R120 per person, per booking.

Write to us :
** Tell us what you’re thinking. Your feedback helps us improve our service to you.

Email : feedback AT kulula.com
Fax : +27 11 388 2463

Contact Address

Comair Head office :
Cnr. 1 Marignane Drive and Atlas Road
Bonaero Park
1619
South Africa

Postal address :
P.O. Box 7015
Bonaero Park
South Africa
1622

Note :
** We are no longer monitoring the Hellopeter platform and request you to contact us directly for any queries.

Travel insurance Contact Details

** Should you have any insurance claims please contact 0860 224 252 or download the claim form.

Claims service : 0860 223 266
Email Us : kululaclaims AT chubb.com

Customer service :
Call Centre : 0861 223 467
Email Us : kululaqueries AT digicall.co.za

** If you’ve taken advantage of our travel insurance on kulula or domestic British Airways (operated by Comair) flights and have a claim or any enquiries, contact Chubb Travel Insurance Limited.
** They’re the experts in this field and are ready and waiting to help you.

About Us

kulula.com was established in July 2001 and started operations as South Africa’s first ‘no-frills’ carrier in August of that year. The stated aim is to position kulula.com as more than just an airline brand, but to include booking, paying and making ‘the complete travel experience’ affordable.[3] In July 2012 kulula announced[4] that it was operating the first of seven brand new Boeing 737-800s, with three to be in operation before the end of that year, and the remaining four to be delivered in 2015 and 2016.

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